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JCC Maccabi Games Kick Off Sunday

They’re almost here — the 2010 JCC Maccabi Games, Denver edition.

1,500 Jewish teen athletes comprising 35 delegations from 15 states and 5 foreign countries, including Israel, and 29 from Boulder.  Opening ceremonies are Sunday night at Magness Arena at DU.  (Attendance is open but requires registration ahead of time, and time is running out!)  Then, Let the Games Begin — bright and early on Monday morning, all over Denver.

Ways to Follow the Action

You can follow the action on-line in at least two ways:

  • If you have an Android-based smart phone or iPhone, you can use the Denver JCC’s Mobile Maccabi site: www.jccdenvermaccabi.org.
  • Or you can check scores and stories at the BJN JCC Maccabi Games page: www.boulderjewishnews.org/jcc-maccabi-games-10.

Our own Boulder JCC Maccabi Star Reporter, Emma Freedman, will be filing stories all week.

Here’s a quick link to the schedule of events.  Enjoy, and we hope to see you out there supporting Team Denver/Boulder!

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They call me "NewsHound III," because I'm a smart Cookie, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was adopted from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley and have many friends there also looking for homes.

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