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Doreet Freedman

Nefesh b’Nefesh facilitates successful aliyahs

By Raphael Bein, IJN intern “Nefesh b’Nefesh has revolutionized aliyah from North America and the UK to Israel,” says Doreet Freedman. “Before 2002, 1,700 to...

Amy Becker, left, and Cindy Abramson

Becker, Abramson found JTown to reach Jews in south suburbs

JTown is a new organization focusing on Jews in the south suburbs who are looking for connections to other Jews and to expand their community. Co-Founders Cindy Abramson...

Rabbi Joseph Black

Rabbi Black of Emanuel projects ‘portals of entry’

Rabbi Joseph R. Black has just started his eighth year as senior rabbi of Temple Emanuel. With a membership of 2,012 households, it is the largest synagogue in the Rocky...

Jeff Ader

Educator Jeff Ader is new Beit Torah president

“At the synagogue, I want to experience a strong feeling of joy and community. Too often, we view the building, the pews, and the prayer books as the temple, however,...

The monument to Jewish homesteaders at Sons of Jacob in Garske, ND. (Sons of Jacob)

North Dakota cemetery on National Register

The oldest Jewish pioneer cemetery in North Dakota has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The recognition, which officially came on June 5, adds...

Rabbi Fred Greene, right, from l-r: daughter Yael, wife Deborah, and daughters Noa and Leora.

Meet Har HaShem’s Rabbi Greene

The first full week of June was a busy one for Rabbi Fred Greene and the congregation he leads, Boulder’s Har HaShem. He called for congregants to join him for a vigil...

Morris Dees of SPLC speaking in Colorado Springs. (Jana/Noa's Art Photography)

Southern Poverty Law Center founders speaks in Colorado Springs

“Let us not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream,” said Morris Dees, founder and director of the Southern Poverty...

The Rathmann family, l-r: Elayna, Gabbi, Sophie, Matthew and Marc.

Colorado Springs couple has a triple challenge

From skiing to softball, the Rathmann family does it all. As the academic year ends, families juggle a dizzying array of year-end school programs, sports events and...

Richard Skorman

Richard Skorman elected Colo. Spgs. City Council President

Richard Skorman was elected president of the Colorado Springs City Council just hours after being sworn in as a member of the council on April 18. In the April 4...

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, r, with Harry Sazlman, Temple Shalom member.

Mayor John Suthers briefs Springs Jewish community

In February, 2018, the Olympics will be held in PyeongChang, South Korea while construction of the US Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame is expected to be underway in...