A bonanza for Maccabi’s Junior Carnival

November 18, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Maccabi NSW is hosting a sensational sporting program to celebrate the 40th Maccabi Junior Carnival.

Taking place in Sydney from 18th to 21st January 2022, the 4-day experience will keep the 12 to 15-year-old participants buzzing from morning to night.

Known for its competitive sporting and social activities, Maccabi Junior Carnival has been the summer school holiday highlight for thousands of teenagers over the past four decades. And the 2022 Carnival@Home event won’t disappoint.

The jam-packed schedule includes sports days and social events, including an adventure day at Aqua Park, a disco, and other thrilling activities to be revealed soon.

Maccabi NSW’s General Manager, Ori Danieli, says “Our team has been working hard behind the scenes to make this carnival one to remember. The program gives participants the opportunity to embrace their love of sport and try new things, while also creating friendships to last a lifetime.”

Thanks to a generous donation by the JCA Millie Phillips Jewish Education Fund, the registration fee is only $350 per participant. However, there’s an early bird rate of $320 if registering before 1st December. Discounts are also available for siblings.

Carnival Team Manager, Tracy Chorev, says “I’ve had my eldest children participate in previous carnivals and they absolutely loved it. I am really looking forward to our children having the privilege to be involved with this amazing carnival experience!”

With COVID-19 restrictions, limited spots are available. So get in quick! To register and find out more, visit https://revolutionise.com.au/maccabinsw/events or contact teamnsw@maccabi.com.au


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