Temple Micah’s Timeless Tribute to Rabbi’s 10-Year Sprint

Run, Walk, Schmooze!

Temple Micah is celebrating with Rabbi Adam Morris on Sunday morning, April 21 at Washington Park in recognition of his first decade of feats in Temple Micah’s pulpit. After his dash of 10 years at the temple’s helm, interspersed with running real marathons, now it’s your turn to run, walk or schmooze in this un-timed event. Choose whichever pace suits you, your family and friends…. You can’t lose; everyone’s a winner on Temple Micah’s track! Go, Rabbi Mo (and remember to let him reach the finish line first)!

Every participant must sign a liability waiver prior to the event. Parents or guardians must sign waivers for participants under age 18. The event starts with T-shirt pick-up and waiver signing from 8:00-8:45 a.m. BEFORE the shofar sounds to start the Run/Walk/Schmooze at 9:00 a.m. If you (or some people in your family) don’t intend to be in motion during this part of the festivity, bring your own brunch to meet others arriving at the endpoint and enjoy the BYO Celebration Picnic — with all participants together by 9:45 a.m.

Registration can be done online at early rates till Tuesday, April 16, via Temple Micah’s website at http://www.micahdenver.org. Parents-to-be or families with children younger than age 5 may be eligible for a MazelTot discount, if requested before then at http://www.mazeltot.org. Entry fees will be more at the park on the day of event (cash or check only). The starting and finish place AND the convening place for the brunch is Picnic Area #4, near South Franklin Street and Kentucky Avenue. There’s no charge just to join the Celebration Picnic, but donations would be appreciated.


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Temple Micah, an inclusive Reform synagogue, blends tradition with progressive thought. The temple has challenged participants from across Denver and suburbs for more than a half-century to “Do Justly. Love Mercy. Walk Humbly.” Learn more about Temple Micah from Elaine Lee, membership and communications director, 303-388-4239 x1.

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