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We are all shaken and devastated by the tragic and senseless murder spree which took place in our hometown. May G-d grant comfort and healing to the families of the slain, and to the entire Boulder community.

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Our Hearts Are Broken – Come Together as a Community

We grieve together, and we will come together. Tuesday evening, March 23, at 7:00 pm, we are co-hosting Coming Together as a Community: A gathering of Synagogues, Haver: Boulder's Rabbinic Council, and the Boulder JCC. Register here.

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Colorado Jewish Community Stands in Solidarity with Our Asian Neighbors

JEWISHcolorado and the Colorado Jewish Community Relations Council stand in solidarity with the Asian community during this trying period and stand ready to support them following the mass shooting in Atlanta that left eight people dead, including six Asian women.

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Column: After Pittsburgh and Atlanta, Senate Rules Still Threaten Gun-Control Bills

It is a relief to learn that the nearly 10 million Americans who live in Arizona, Montana and West Virginia feel safe from gun violence. Three Democratic senators from these states will not take all necessary steps to pass two gun-control bills that the House of Representatives approved last Thursday.

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Shalva Band Goes Public with “Bridge Over Troubled Water” in Hebrew, Arabic and English

The Shalva Band, accompanied by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, performed a unique virtual ‘duet’ of Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ with notable musicians from the United Arab Emirates in honor of Shalva’s 31st anniversary celebration aptly themed "Building Bridges to the Future”.

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Become a Cherryvale Day Camp Counselor at the Boulder JCC!

Each summer, thousands of young adults decide to work at summer camps like Cherryvale Day Camp at the Boulder JCC. Working as a camp counselor, you develop many practical skills that will set you on a course for a meaningful career in the future. Apply today!

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Column: With New COVID Critique, How Would Palestinian Leaders Govern Their Own State?

The Palestinian Authority, which administers limited public services in Israel’s territories, is now accused by its own people of distributing Covid-19 vaccines to the privileged at the expense of needy Palestinians. Such an allegation should make one wonder how the Palestinians will govern their own independent state.

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JScreen Launches National Cancer Genetic Screening Program

JScreen today announced a new program that will offer at-home testing for more than 60 cancer susceptibility genes associated with hereditary risks for breast, ovarian, prostate, colorectal, skin and many other cancers.

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Slingshot Announces Its Second Annual “10 to Watch” List

Slingshot, an organization that engages young Jewish philanthropists to make lasting impact, has announced its 2021 “10 to Watch” list that highlights young organizations and projects in North America that are responding to current and timely needs in the Jewish community and beyond.

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Column: Murder at Capitol Hill?

Four decades ago, when she was president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Dianne Feinstein stumbled onto a crime scene down the hall from her City Hall office. Could a similar event happen today in Washington, DC?

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Reflecting on the Boulder JCC’s Reflections and JFest

Susan Rona explains why the Boulder Jewish Community Center is so important to her, her family, and the Boulder community. Please join her on February 24 for the JCC’s fundraising drive. All donations will be matched up to $100,000.

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