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In Fort Collins, Nina Rubin leads ‘sacred community’

Rubin, despite her pervasive agency in the Fort Collins Jewish community since 1979, keeps a low profile beyond its borders. With a few exceptions, she avoids the wider spotlight. The very idea of an interview struck her like a curious thunderbolt. Why me? How did you find me? What’s a VIP? Rubin’s impressive portfolio includes but is not limited to helping found Har Shalom; educating children and adults at the temple for over 40 years; teaching ethics and purposes at the Melton Adult Mini-School for 15 years; and serving as past president of the Fort Collins Area Interfaith Alliance. A guiding force behind the creation of Fort Collins’ Jewish cemetery and the local chevra kadisha (burial society) over 30 years ago, her commitment to caring […]
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