As part of Maccabi Hunter Haifa community activity, 80 kids from Isfya basketball club, came to visit the Greens at Romema. Watch part of the activity, as streamed LIVE on the Greens Facebook page:
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
The day after the impressive win over Maccabi Ashdod, Oz Blayzer and Alex Perez spent their day off by visiting the Hod Residence in the German Colony of Haifa, as a part of the team’s Haifa Hoops for Kids program. The Hod Residence was established in 1984 and moved to its current location in 2005.
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
Green players, Gregory Vargas and Oz Blayzer, participated in the finals of the religious communities’ league, which honored Captain Zvika Kaplan, who was killed nearly two years ago during his military service in Operation Protective Edge in the Gaza strip. Kaplan, born and raised in Haifa, married and moved to live with his family in the
Four of the Greens’ players Chanan Colman, Rene Rougeau, Oz Blayzer and John DiBartolomeo visited Megido Helipad today (Thursday) for a special Purim event, organized by the Hayim Association. The Hayim Association has been operating for more than 30 years in order to enhance the quality of medical care for children with cancer throughout the