Boulder Sending 29 Athletes to the Maccabi Games


Twenty-Nine Boulder-area Jewish teens are participating in the Denver JCC Maccabi Games August 1 – 5 – don’t miss the opportunity to volunteer or be a spectator and cheer for our kids!

Mazal tov and good luck to: Joshua Brown, Ethan Fellows, Emma Freedman, Samuel Garelick, Sammy Greenwald, Daniel Hayoun, David Kocina, Megan Kocina, Ataliah Landsman, Yarrow Linden, Grant Lurie, Sadie Matthews, Andrew Pollack, Eliana Rusk, Haley Schusterman, Lauren Schusterman, Ariel Shlosberg, Alec Snyder, Nathan Stein, Matthew Stern, Aaron Wildman, Rikki Wolpowitz, Rebecca Leaf, Graham Gansar, Isaac Bates-Vinueza, Stephanie Flint, Maya Ellis, Isabelle Nathanson, and Jake Sigmond!

Volunteers are still needed to serve as time keepers and score keepers for shifts during the day. Register to volunteer here or call the Denver JCC Maccabi Games office at 303-316-6318.  If you want to attend the Games as a spectator, you MUST register in advance for security reasons. You can sign up here! For more information, contact Boulder JCC Maccabi Games Coordinator, Sara Goldberg, at 303-921-6952 or sara@boulderjcc.org.

http://www.jccdenver.org/maccabi/

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