B'nai B'rith Denver hosted a a potluck barbecue at Cook Park on July 23. There, B'nai B'rith honored the Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce for their ongoing support. Guests
played Frisbee and other games, plus they enjoyed food andfun!
This was a family-friendly picnic, so all were welcome. B'nai B'rith provided kosher hamburgers, hot dogs, condiments and buns; and guests brought sides and other barbecue favorites.
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B'nai B'rith Denver organized its annual Leadville camping trip and community service project from June 28 - 30.
The schedule included:
Friday: Camping at Printer Boy Campground on Turquoise Lake, and a Kosher dinner.
10:00 am - Shabbat Service at Temple Israel followed by Oneg
Mountain Hike - with Young Professionals and campers
5:00 pm - Kosher pot luck dinner for the less fortunate at St. George Episcopal Church (across the street from Temple Israel) Havdalah Service conducted by Rabbi Rappaport to follow
Vegetarian potluck dinner at Printer Boy campsite followed by Havdalah.
Bring a dish to share.
If your last name starts with...
A-F: Bring a Noodle/Potato (Salad, Kugel, etc.)
G-L: Bring Fruits/Veggies
L-R: Cheese/Dairy Dish or Salad
S-Z: Chips & Salsa/Guacamole or Dessert
9:00 am - Leadville Jewish Cemetery clean up begins
Free coffee & bagels for volunteers arriving early
12:00 am - Graveside Memorial Service led by Rabbi Rappaport. Kosher barbecue lunch to follow.
4:00 pm - Cemetery clean up ends
As a Community Partner of the Light /The Holocaust & Humanity Project, come join B'nai B'rith Denver as we remember the Shoah or Holocaust. Oscar Sladek, otherwise known as Osi, will share his story of evading the Nazis by hiding in the homes of sympathetic gentiles as well as in the forests and caves of the Slovakian Tatra Mountains.Sunday, April 21, 2013
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM mountain timeJCC Denver
350 S. Dahlia St.
Denver, Colo. 80246
Osi is a master performer of the accordion and international folk singer. Since his arrival in the United States in 1958, he has shared his story with thousands of people in the U.S. and Canada He is known for skillfully weaving beautiful stories and songs from his childhood as he recalls his story of his survival.
The $12 cost of the program includes brunch and coffee (we will meet in the JCC Perlmutter Room). Please RSVP to Danielle: email@example.com
by Thursday, April 18th.
> Learn more about the Light /The Holocaust & Humanity Project
Join the B'nai B'rith Denver Young Professional Network to eat some chametz and bowl on Tuesday. April 2, 2013, from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. mountain time.
The cost is $12 for two hours of unlimited bowling and shoe rentals.
> RSVP via Facebook
a firm commitment would be appreciated so the event organizers can request the appropriate amount of lanes)AMF Monaco Lanes
6767 Leetsdale Dr
Denver, Colorado 80224
The Peanut Butter Plan...it's simple! We'll make PBJ's and pass them out to people in need in the downtown Denver area.THE DONATIONS:
Each Peanut Butter Plan participant will be asked to donate one jar of Peanut Butter and one jar of Jelly, plus TWO or more loafs of bread (We are always needing more bread donations).
After the PBJ's are made (at about 1:00 p.m.), we will form carpools to the Denver Rescue Mission neighborhood, head out to find the homeless, and hand out the sandwiches. After we have given food to many of the people we find on the streets and in the parks, we will donate any left over food to Samaritan House and/or other agencies in need.Sunday, March 3, 2013
443 S. Humboldt Street
> RSVP online
**Children of all ages are welcome to join in fun when we make a temporary PBJ production line; HOWEVER, when we go out to distribute the PBJ's we would not recommend bringing any young children. Use your own discretion.Co-sponsored by:
The Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado has embarked on “reimagining” itself for the future – reflecting the Denver community’s feedback that a change is needed, but with no consensus on what the change should be! In 2010, a strategic planning process began to consider a wide variety of strategies and business models for Federation. Ten scenarios were whittled down to one recommendation with five areas of focus:
1) Empowering Jewish philanthropy
2) Engaging the next generation in being Jewish
3) Serving the most vulnerable
4) Supporting and advocating on behalf of Israel
5) Mobilizing the community in times of crisis
Task force transition teams have begun the work to make recommendations as to what the new organization might look like.
Doug Seserman, Allied Jewish Federation President and CEO, will speak to B’nai B’rith on a) why change? b) what the vision is for supporting the local Jewish community, and c) the current work and timelines of the transition teams. Q&A will follow.> Learn more on Facebook
Please RSVP by Monday, February 25th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The B'nai B'rith Young Professional Network - Denver is proud to cosponsor the 5th Annual Purim Extravaganza
You cordially invited to this 80's themed event for Colorado's Young Adults, hosted by Miss International Israel 2012.
Invite your friends, get out your 80's costume and come party with us!WHEN:
Saturday, February 23, 2013 > RSVP on Facebook
> Purchase tickets today
Members of B'nai B'rith Denver came together to support the community on February 17 for the Peanut Butter Plan. Guests made PBJ's and passed them out to people in need in the downtown Denver area.
THE DONATIONS: Each Peanut Butter Plan participant donated one jar of Peanut Butter and one jar of Jelly, plus two or more loafs of bread.
THE MISSION: After the PBJ's were made (at about 2:00), members formed carpools to the Denver Rescue Mission neighborhood to hand out the sandwiches. After giving food to many of the people attendees found on the streets and in the parks, they donated left over food to Samaritan House and other agencies in need.
The program was co-sponsored by AJC, B'nai Brith Denver, Moishe House and JConnect.
B'nai B'rith Denver was proud to co-sponsor the 2nd Denver installment of an evening of food, drinks, and learning for young adults, their family, and friends with Limmud Colorado. The program was supported by Roots and Branches Foundation, an initiative of the Rose Community Foundation.
The first drink and appetizers were free and attendees discussed, "What does it mean to love your neighbor as yourself? Is the Golden Rule conditional?" The program was facilitated by Marc Soloway and David Shneer.
Cosponsors: Judaism Your Way, YAD at the Allied Jewish Federation, GesherCity Denver/Boulder, The Hineini Project at Temple Emanuel, Keshet, B'nai B'rith, Ekar Farm, JConnect
Members of the B'nai B'rith Young Professional Network-Denver met on Sunday, January 6, to join forces with the Denver Peanut Butter Plan for a community event: The Peanut Butter Plan,...it's simple!
Over 2,000 PBJ sandwiches were made and passed out to people in need in the downtown Denver area.
Each Peanut Butter Plan participant donated one jar of Peanut Butter and one jar of Jelly, plus two or more loafs of bread.
After the PBJ's were made, membersformed carpools to the Denver Rescue Mission neighborhood. Additional food was then transported to the Samaritan House.