Event Date & Time
December 08, 2019
5:30 - 8:30 pm
Let’s try this again…
Join us on December 8 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm at the JCC Denver (RSVP required) as we celebrate and honor Gary Levine with the Robert E. Loup Hineni Award, and Brooke Jacobson Stern and Cassie Kirschbaum Weinstock with the Gerald S. Gray Service and Leadership Award.
This special Honoree Celebration will include cocktails along with heavy hors d’oeuvres and desserts, so be sure to arrive hungry and thirsty! Cocktail hour will be hosted in the JCC Phillips Social Hall and the party will be held in the JCC Elaine Wolf Theatre.
Also, if you haven’t already, please be sure to check out our 2019 JCC Annual Celebration blog which recaps the snowy October 29 Celebration at the J (as well as the generous gifts we received from our community).
RSVP required if you plan to attend.
About our Honorees
We are thrilled to honor Gary Levine with the Robert E. Loup Hineni Award, along with Brooke Jacobson Stern and Cassie Kirschbaum Weinstock with the Gerald S. Gray Service and Leadership Award at our upcoming Annual Celebration. All three individuals have gone above and beyond to ensure a successful future for the JCC and Ranch Camp for generations to come.
Awards & Honorees
Robert E. Loup Hineni Award
The Robert E. Loup Hineni Award was renamed in 2016 (previously JCC’s Hineni Award) in honor of Bob Loup and his dedication to philanthropy and volunteerism. The Hebrew word hineni translates to “Here I am – Here I stand.” The award acknowledges local, communal leaders whose interests and support span an array of important agencies, recognizing those whose philanthropy and volunteerism has a local, regional, and often global impact.
Brooke Jacobson Stern and Cassie Kirschbaum Weinstock
Gerald S. Gray Service and Leadership Award
The Gerald S. Gray Service and Leadership Award acknowledges volunteers who are dedicated leaders within the JCC Denver community. The award was named after two-time JCC Board President and long-time JCC board member, Jerry Gray, who spent nearly his entire adult life actively involved in Jewish life as a JCC community leader.