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JCC Maccabi Games 2011 in Israel

http://www.jccdenver.org/maccabi/Informational Meeting for the Maccabi Games & Artsfest 2011

All interested teens and parents, please join us for the 2011 JCC Maccabi Kick-off evening in Boulder. Even though it may seem like the 2010 JCC Maccabi Games just ended, it is time to gear up for next summer’s 2011 JCC Maccabi Games.

This past summer Denver/Boulder had over 200 athletes compete and we want to make sure that our community continues to have a strong contingency. This summer you can join athletes and artists from around the world in Israel! Come enjoy a delicious pizza dinner and learn about the following:

  • Joint Boulder/Denver delegation info for the Games and Artsfest
  • Trip dates, cost and logistics
  • Meet Jamie Skog, Denver JCC Maccabi Teen Coordinator, and Phil Rubinstein, Boulder JCC Jteen staff.

Tuesday, October 26th, 6:30 – 7:30 pm, at the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia Ave. Contact Sara Goldberg at 303-921-6952 or Phil Rubinstein at jteen@boulderjcc.org with any questions. Team Try-outs begin in November – don’t miss this amazing opportunity!

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