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Event: 'Leadville Cemetery Clean-Up'

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Date: Friday, June 27, 2014 At 06:00 PM
Duration: 2 Days
Contact Info:
Manda, (303) 393-7358
Email: admin@bnaibrithdenver.org

Annual clean-up and restoration project weekend. Tentative schedule:

  • Friday, June 27: Kabbalat Shabbat & potluck dairy dinner, 6 pm at Silver Dollar Campground at Turquoise Lake
  • Saturday, June 28: Shabbat services at 10 am at Temple Israel; potluck dinner at 5 pm at St. George Episcopal Church followed by havdalah
  • Sunday, June 29: Cleanup, 9 am; memorial service, 11 am followed by kosher lunch. Clean-up ends at 4 pm.


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