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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-24

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PanAm Maccabi
Seeks Players

Philadelphia — Applications for the
basketball teams that will represent
the United States at the 10th Pan
American Maccabi Games in
Santiago, Chile, next winter are now
being accepted.
There will be three men's teams
and a women's open team. The men's
teams are juniors (born in 1987,
1988 or 1989); youth (born in
1984, 1985 or 1986); and open (any
age).
The Pan Am Maccabi Games will
take place Dec. -24, 2003, through
Jan. 5, 2004. A training camp will
be held in Boca Raton, Fla., begin-
ning Saturday night, Dec. 20.
The teams will be selected by
videotapes and recommendations.
However, if enough applications are
received, tryouts in Los Angeles and
Philadelphia may be held.
Information: e-mail Brian Schiff
bschiff@comcastsportsnet.corn
Apply online: maccabiusa.com or
call: (215) 561-6900.

Teens Attend
Pistons Game

The BBYO/JCC Teen Connection
will attend the Pistons-New Jersey
Nets game at the Palace of Auburn
Hills Saturday, Feb. 1. Buses will
leave the Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield at 6:30 p.m. and
the Jewish Community Center in
Oak Park at 7 p.m.
The cost for the game ticket and
transportation is $22 for Teen
Connection members and $25 for
first-time guests.
Reservations can be made by con-
tacting the BBYO Chapter Service
Center, (248) 788-0700.
Teen Connection is open to all
Jewish seventh and eighth graders,
offering them social, athletic and
Jewish-oriented activities.
Additional information about the
Pistons game and other BBYO activ-
ities is available by contacting Jaclyn
Zelkowitz, (248) 788-0700.

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