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2012 Maccabi Games® and ArtsFest®
 Aug 5–10  |  Houston, TX
 For Jewish Teens Ages 14–17 (by July 31, 2012)


You don’t have to be a superstar athlete to participate in this week of Olympic-style sports, creativity and team-building. Forge relationships that will last a lifetime as you join hundreds of your peers from all over the world for a week of sports, social activities and sightseeing in Texas.

For the Maccabi Games, choose your activity: baseball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, dance, softball, table tennis, bowling, golf, swimming and tennis. For the Maccabi ArtsFest you’ll have the opportunity to participate in creative activities such as music, photography, visual arts, acting and more! Visit
www.JCCmaccabigames.org for a complete list of eligible sports and creative activities.

Contact Kenny at klambert@JCCindy.org for more information.


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Maccabi Games 2013
For Jewish Teens Ages 14–17 (by July 31, 2013)

Interested in representing the Indianapolis Jewish Community by competing against other Jewish teens from around the world? Then this is for you! If you
play baseball, basketball, tennis, table tennis, soccer, or swim, act, sing, play an instrument or even cook, then please join us for the 2013 JCC Maccabi Games. For more information, please visit www.jccmaccabi.org
 or contact Kenny at klambert@JCCindy.org.

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Maccabi Games® 2011—Israel
Six local school students represented Indianapolis at the 2011 JCC Maccabi Games and ArtsFest in Israel. Participants included Walker Budwig, Jacob Frankovitz, Vincent Gold, Karen Reznik, Martin Weiss, and Sterling Zweigel. These students competed in basketball, soccer, dance, acting and improv. After the competition, the participants spent five days touring major sites, participating in tikkun olam and community service. They also experienced Israeli culture firsthand by staying with families in the Western Galilee, our partnership region.




















 
 
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