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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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Jewish Theological Seminary Welcomes Its First Muslim Visiting Scholar

Dr. Yasin Meral, assistant professor at Turkey’s Ankara University, joins The Jewish Theological Seminary this fall as its first Muslim visiting scholar.

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ADL Welcomes Attorney General’s Action to Allow Same-Sex Marriages in Colorado

The Anti-Defamation League welcomes Colorado Attorney General John Suther’s decision to expedite the process of allowing same-sex couples to marry in Colorado. Read the full statement.

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