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The Issues of Tracking and Snooping on Other People

Are you allowed to read an email that was sent to you in error? What about if someone inadvertently left confidential paperwork next to the office water cooler? A boss may be allowed to check on his employees’ emails, but can he read the personal ones, as well, if they don’t affect the company? And...
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Kollel Families Join Southeast Community for Shabbos

The Southeast community was treated to an uplifting Shabbos the week of Parshas Bamidbar, May 10-11. That’s because the West Side families of the Kollel – seven families in all - arrived to spend Shabbos in their midst. The event came at a perfect time, just a few days before the festival of Shavuos. The...
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Kollel Brings Shavuos Excitement to Denver

Shavuos celebrates G-d’s giving of the Torah to the Jewish people, and in Denver, the address for Torah is the Denver Community Kollel. The Kollel offered numerous programs both leading up to and during Shavuos throughout the Denver area. The Wednesday before Shavuos, the Kollel Women’s Division organized a pre-Shavuos JWRP (Jewish Women’s Renaissance...
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Close to 300 People Enjoy Kollel’s Fifteenth Anniversary Celebration

It was a memorable evening, for a lot of reasons. For starters, the Kollel was celebrating 15 years of bringing Torah study, Torah teaching, and Torah living to Denver. It was memorable because Rabbi Yehuda Amsel, who was the Kollel’s beloved Outreach Director until his departure for Detroit this past fall, returned to Denver as the...
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“Wonderful Jewish Energy” at Kollel’s Chanuka Kumzitz

Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, better known as the Ba’al HaTanya, once said, “Words are the pen of the heart, but music is the pen of the soul.” The power of a niggun, a heartfelt song, to lift the spirits and inspire is legendary, and has been utilized by the Jewish People since their inception,...
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