Maccabi Hunter Haifa visited Tur’an today, as part of the BSL and Mifal HaPayis community program. “It’s always fun to come to these community activities. They help a lot to integrate Israeli Arabs — not only to sports,”Team captain, Oz Blayzer said. “They are great hosts and it’s impossible not to enjoy it. It was a
Oz Blayzer, John DiBartolomeo, Netanel Artzi and Willy Workman visited as The Smurfs to Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital at Haifa today. ““We visited the hospital as Smurfs. I was Papa Smurf and walked through the different departments to celebrate Purim with the children here at Rambam,” Blayzer said. “We gave them special Maccabi Haifa t-shirts for Purim,
Maccabi Hunter Haifa players, Will Graves, John DiBartolomeo and Netanel Artzi, visited Leo-Baeck high school this morning (Thursday) to take part in the Israeli Special Olympics basketball tournament. The Special Olympics organization was established out of the belief that people with intellectual disabilities should be able to participate in both group and individual sports — regardless
Children from the Ofakim Special Education School had a unique opportunity on Wednesday morning to meet and interact with Maccabi Hunter Haifa players on the court at Romema Arena. The meet and greet was very touching for the kids, school staff, the players as well as coaching staff. Ofakim services nearly 100 students of all
Oz Blayzer, Amit Simhon, Orlando Mendez-Valdez and Head Coach Offer Rahimi visited the children’s department of Rambam Hospital this morning to spread Holiday Cheer before Chanukkah. The players provided the children with rubber hammers from Hunter-Tools and Sufganiyot from Shani Espresso Bar. Happy Holidays!
Children from the Kivunim Association are used to seeing Maccabi Hunter Haifa players from the stands of Romema Arena since they attend each and every home game in coordination with the club’s “Haifa Hoops for Kids” program. This morning, they were excited to meet two of the Green players — Will Graves and Daniel Koperberg