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Join Team Boulder at Maccabi + ArtsFest in OC

Wendy Aronson leads Team Boulder at Opening Ceremonies 2012
Wendy Aronson leads Team Boulder at Opening Ceremonies 2012

For the second straight year, Boulder is sending a delegation of athletes and artists to the Maccabi Games and ArtsFest, this year in Orange County, California, August 4-9. Every summer, thousands of Jewish teens from all over the world come together for one amazing week filled with athletic, cultural, and social events, enriching the teens’ Jewish identities and values through Olympic-style athletic competitions, as well as artistic workshops and performances.

Registration is now open through the Boulder JCC (click here), for all Jewish teens age 13-16 (up to age 17 for ArtsFest) as of July 31, 2013. Team Boulder is being led by Delegation Head Michael Rosenzweig, who will be accompanying our athletes and artists for the entire week. New this year, Boulder will be fielding its own girls’ soccer team, under the exceptional coaching of Stephanie Hempen. In addition, the following sports are available: Baseball, Girls and Boys Basketball, In-Line Hockey, Lacrosse, Girls and Boys Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Track & Field, and Volleyball.

Sam Garelick makes a save at Maccabi Games 2012
Sam Garelick makes a save at Maccabi Games 2012

Maccabi ArtsFest provides opportunities for young artists and performers to work with professionals from all over the world, participating in workshops and performances all week long. Art specialties include: Acting/Improv, Dance, Jazz Ensemble/World Music, Musical Theatre, Rock Band, Star Reporter (Journalism TV), Visual Arts, and Vocal Music.

The registration deadline has been extended – a $250 deposit is now due by February 25 to reserve your spot on Team Boulder! More information and registration requirements can be found here: Click here for the J-Teen Webpage

About Mark Megibow

Mark is the J-Teen Director at the Boulder JCC, and has been working with Jewish youth in Boulder County for the past 12 years. Along with his wife and son, he's currently "living abroad" (Denver, CO) but the family still calls Boulder home. You can frequently catch Mark on stage as the "drummer" for the all-vocal rock band, Face.

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