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Loving Language – Lifting Lives

Words of loving-kindness (Ahavas Chesed) is the focus for this November’s Clean Speech Colorado. Join Yehudis Fishman to share many examples from Torah, Talmud, Mystics, and contemporary sources about how the power of words can lift our spirits even from the darkest places.

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Boulder County Honors Becca Gan Levy and Milk and Honey Farm at the Boulder JCC with Two Awards

Becca Gan Levy receives the Boulder County Conservation Award

The Boulder JCC is proud to share that Farmer Becca Gan Levy and Milk and Honey Farm have been awarded both a Boulder County Environmental Stewardship Award and Boulder County Public Health’s 2022 Healthy Community Award for their dedicated efforts towards sustainability, preservation, and addressing food insecurity across Boulder County.

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Boulder JCC’s Jonathan Lev Appointed to JPro Board of Directors

Boulder JCC Executive Director Jonathan Lev has been named one of five new members of the JPro Board of Directors. JPro is a national membership network serving thousands of professionals working in the Jewish community sector.

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ReelAbilities Film Festival in Boulder, Denver, Virtual This Month

ReelAbilities presents: A.K.A. Doc Pomus , one of three films screening at the Boulder JCC

In partnership with the JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center, the Boulder JCC is thrilled to be the newest host site of ReelAbilities, the international film festival dedicated to promoting and celebrating authentic stories and creative expressions of people with disabilities, both in front of and behind the camera. 

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Taste Fine (Kosher) Israeli Whiskey with the Boulder JCC

Join us at the Boulder JCC on July 14 for the Milk & Honey (M&H) Whiskey Tasting, listening to sommelier, Brian Dvoret, tell the remarkable story of the young Israelis who started a distillery in the last place you would expect, hot and humid Tel Aviv!

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Boulder JCC to Host “This Is [Not] Who We Are” Documentary Screening and Discussion

Boulder, Colorado, prides itself on being beautiful, welcoming, and inclusive. However, in 2019, racially-charged and dangerous policing involving a Black university student made national news. The documentary film, "This Is [Not] Who We Are," explores the gap between Boulder’s self-image and the more complex lived experiences—both historical and contemporary—of its Black citizens.

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Focus on Legacy Giving at the Boulder JCC

Since 2018, the Boulder JCC, along with 27 other local Jewish organizations, has participated in Live On: Build Your Jewish Legacy, an initiative of Rose Community Foundation, and LIFE & LEGACY, a partnership program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (Live On | LIFE & LEGACY™).

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