November 22, 2010 | 3:01 pm
Posted by Jeremy Fine
On Thursday November 18th, Bring It In - Israel Winter Fellows joined forces with players from Israeli men’s professional team Barak Netanya
to run a basketball education day for children from after school
programs (moadoniote) in Netanya. The program focused on teaching the
children basketball fundamentals, English sports vocabulary, and life
skills such as listening, communication, and teamwork. The day served
as a Mifgash (cultural exchange) between Bring It In - Israel Fellows
and the Israeli children and players. Bring It In - Israel Winter
Fellows Adina Weinberg, Jacob Walker, and Judah Batist from Aardvark Israel, teamed up with Barak Netanya players Eliran Gueta (Power Forward) and David Asnte (Guard).
It In - Israel Fellows utilized the in field training day to hone their
Hebrew sports vocabulary, and to learn how to work together with
Israelis. Bring It In - Israel looks forward to run more sports days
with Barak Netanya over Hannukah. Click on the album below to see more
pictures from the day.
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