2020 Maccabi San Diego

JCC Maccabi Games

Jewish teens ages 12–16 are invited to be part of Team NOLA, the New Orleans JCC’s delegation at the San Diego Maccabi Games and ArtsFest, held August 2–7, 2020.

Come have a blast at the largest Jewish youth event in the world. Teens participate in athletic activities or the arts experience and then come together for social events, community service and fun.

Athletes can compete in either individual or group sports. For the boys, team options include 14U and 16U baseball, basketball and soccer, and 16U flag football, ice hockey, and lacrosse. Girls may participate in 16U basketball, soccer, and volleyball. Boys and girls of all ages may compete in the following individual activities: dance, tennis, swimming, star reporter, table tennis, and track and field. 

ArtsFest teens may select one of the following specialties: Acting/Improv, Culinary Arts, Dance, Musical Theater, Rock Band, Social Media Squad SMS, Visual Arts or Vocal Music.

To register or to learn more about the New Orleans delegation, contact Neal Alsop, Uptown Sports Director, at (504) 897-0143 or neal@nojcc.org.

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