2018 MACCABI GAMES – ORANGE COUNTY, CA!

2018 MACCABI GAMES – Orange County, CA!

We are thrilled to announce that the 2018 Pittsburgh Delegation will be traveling to Orange County, CA for the 2018 JCC Maccabi Games & ArtsFest the week of August 5-10, 2018.

Here is the list of sports and arts that are being offered in Orange County:

Team Sports:

Boys Baseball (13-14 & 15-16)
Boys Basketball (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Basketball (13-16)
Boys soccer (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Soccer (13-16)
Boys Lacrosse (13-16)
Girls Lacrosse (13-16)
Ice Hockey Boys/Girls (13-16)
Girls Volleyball (13-16)
Flag Football Boys/Girls (13-16)
Girls Softball (13-16)

Individual Sports:

Boys Tennis (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Tennis (13-14 & 15-16)
Boys Swimming (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Swimming (13-14 & 15-16)
Boys Table Tennis (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Table Tennis (13-14 & 15-16)
Boys Track & Field (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Track & Field (13-14 & 15-16)
Girls Dance (13-14 & 15-16),
Boys Dance (13-14 & 15-16)
Star Reporter Boys & Girls (13-14 & 15-16)

Click here to visit the Maccabi website.  Please feel free to contact Brooks Weaver at 412-697-3559 or [email protected] regarding any questions you may have.  This program is truly a great experience and we hope to see you in the coming weeks!

 

2017 MACCABI GAMES – ALBANY/SCHENECTADY

As always, the JCC Maccabi Games provided an incredible week of competition and memories for the 33 athletes, coaches and staff members that represented the Pittsburgh Delegation in Albany last August! Check out some of their experiences below and contact us today to be a part of the 2018 Pittsburgh Delegation in Orange County, CA!
Click below to view our 2017 Maccabi Games Gallery!

The History of the JCC Maccabi Games

The JCC Maccabi Games® are an Olympic-style sporting competition held each summer in North America. Since their inception in 1982, the Games have grown from a small pilot project in one host community to an Olympic-style sporting competition held each summer in multiple sites throughout North America. The JCC Maccabi Games are the largest organized sports program for Jewish teenagers in the world. Today, over 6,000 teens, ranging from 13 to 16 years of age, participate in the JCC Maccabi Games® each summer. The Games are co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center Association of North America, Maccabi World Union, Maccabi Canada, and Maccabi USA/Sports for Israel.

The Maccabi Mission: To offer Jewish Community Centers and YM/YWHAs in North America the opportunity to reach teens through participation in the JCC Maccabi Games®, and in year-round athletic, educational, cultural and social programs, as well as teen experiences in Israel. To provide Jewish youth with a supportive environment that fosters mutual respect and sportsmanship, where they can interact in an atmosphere of fun, democracy, and peace. To cultivate a deeper understanding and instill an appreciation of Jewish values within Jewish youth, enrich their Jewish identity in an informal setting, and encourage their identification with the state of Israel. To promote and encourage the health, physical fitness and well-being of Jewish youth through participation in recreational and athletic activities To introduce Jewish youth to the international Maccabi Movement, which presents athletic, cultural, and social opportunities with Jews from around the world.

Contact Us

Brooks Weaver – Program Coordinator 

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