B'nai B'rith Annual Leadville Cemetery Cleanup and Camping Trip 2017
Dates: Friday, June 23 - Sunday, June 25, 2017. Cemetery Cleanup is on Sunday starting at 9 am.
Locations: Father Dyer Campground at Turquoise Lake, Temple Israel; Leadville Hebrew Cemetery
Name (First and Last Name)
Mobile Phone Number (Numbers only)
There is limited space for cars at the campsite. Are you willing to drive others in a carpool?
Yes, I can drive people from Denver (Carpool will meet up at Dinosaur Ridge Parking Lot off I-70).
Yes, I can drive people from Boulder
No, but I am willing to be part of a carpool from the Denver area
No, but I am willing to be part of a carpool from the Boulder area
No, I will be organizing my own carpool.
What day will you be arriving? (If you do not plan on staying for the cemetery cleanup Sunday, please let us know in the comments below
Friday Night (6/23) Before Shabbat Begins (Candle Lighting to begin at 8:13pm)
Friday Night (6/23) After Shabbat Begins
Saturday Morning (6/24) by Noon
Saturday Evening (6/24) before 5pm
Sunday Morning (6/25)prior to event at cemetery
Tent (We are a volunteer driven event, please volunteer to share your tent if you can)
Will bring own tent willing to sharing with other(s) that do not have a tent, please match me up (THANK YOU!!!)
Will bring own tent but I will either match myself up with others or be alone.
Need a tent, please match me up with someone who has a tent.
Need a tent + want info on renting one.
We will be having a potluck on Saturday night. Please bring a Kosher-style dairy or parve main dish. Please let us know what you will be bringing to share.
Based on your answer above, what dish will you be bringing to share? Please make sure it is Kosher-style.
What do you want to do Saturday during the day?
Go on a hike
Go to the Leadville BBQ and Brews Festival *Extra Fee
Hang out at the campsite.
Saturday Night - Will you be volunteering at the Leadville Community Church serving food to those in need?
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