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Chanukah – When Mail Delay Saves the Day

Many Chassidic masters tell us that the letter that is written to us from above on Rosh Hashana and sealed on Yom Kippur, does not actually reach our address until Chanukah.

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Colorado Jews Mourn Israeli Terror Victim Dalya Lemkus

Remembering Dalya Lemkus

A Shloshim service for Dalya, marking 30 days since her burial, was held at BMH-BJ in Denver this past Tuesday, organized by Brian and Sarina Lemkus Kopinsky, her uncle and aunt.

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East Side Kosher Deli Owners Named ‘Pillars of the Colorado Jewish Community’

Michael & Marcy Schreiber

After 17 years of ownership, Marcy and Michael Schreiber have sold the East Side Kosher Deli and are planning to relocate next spring to New York to be closer to their family.

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Boulder JCC to Break Ground on New Building

The moment has arrived for the Boulder Jewish Community Center (JCC) to break ground on its new 52,000 square foot building on the Boulder Jewish Commons!

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Foundation For Jewish Camp Launches Affordability Initiative

The Foundation for Jewish Camp has launched BunkConnectTM, a new, national program that matches eligible families with high-quality nonprofit Jewish summer camps at a more affordable price.

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JCRC and Rocky Mountain Rabbinical Council Outraged About Massacre in Jerusalem

The synagogue attack impacted the local Boulder community, as one of the victims, Rabbi Kalman Levine, 55, was the brother of Boulder's Shelley Levine and brother-in-law of Shelley's husband, Jonathan Bein.

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Initial 10 Quiat Delegates Attend ADL Youth Mission in DC

A diverse group of ten students from Colorado was selected to be Gerald M. Quiat Delegates to the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) Grosfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission.

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