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2019 JCC Maccabi Games Recap
Team Los Angeles - Westside JCC had a great time at the 2019 JCC Maccabi Games, bringing 173 athletes to Atlanta and Detroit! Our athletes not only competed well but also exemplified the midot, Jewish values, of JCC Maccabi. Thank you to all of our 2019 Team Los Angeles - Westside JCC athlete, families, and coaches for a wonderful summer!
What is the JCC Maccabi Games and ArtsFest?
The JCC Maccabi Games is a weeklong Olympic-style sporting event complete with opening and closing ceremonies, passing of the torch and Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals for Jewish Teens ages 13-16. The Games are hosted by different cities around North America each summer.
As part of the Games, athletes:
The JCC Maccabi ArtsFest is a collaborative art workshop for Jewish Teens ages 13-17. JCC Maccabi ArtsFest brings together artists from all over the world. The skills learned during the week of workshops will be displayed as part of the closing performance and exhibit.
As part of ArtsFest, artists will:
For information or if you have any questions about JCC Maccabi Games and ArtsFest please call Ari Cohen at 323.556.5214 or email WJCCMaccabiLA@westsidejcc.org.
You can learn more about JCC Maccabi Games and ArtsFest on the website, www.jccmaccabigames.org
Our children had the most amazing experience at the JCC Maccabi Games. They loved being with other Jewish teens from other states and countries. Thanks to the great WJCC staff for organizing such amazing events for our children to partake in!”
-Team Westside Los Angeles Parent
“The Maccabi experience was by far the most phenomenal experience of my life. I loved being surrounded by other Jewish teens. I never wanted to leave and I cannot wait to go back next year.”
-Team Westside Los Angeles Athlete
“Of all of the Musical Theater workshops that I have taken part in, nothing has left me feeling as fulfilled as JCC Maccabi ArtsFest. I was surrounded by teens who love the same things that I love. The artists all shared one very important thing– our Judaism. It is not often that hundreds of Jewish teens gather together to celebrate the arts!”
-Westside JCC Artist