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Winter fellows 2010

  1. 1. Introducing The 2010 Winter Fellows
  2. 2. SamForman In High School, Sam captained the school’s Swim Team and was a star pitcher and first baseman on the baseball team. In his senior year, the school’s newspaper named him the school’s male athlete of the year. In 2009, he traveled to the Dominican Republic with the Boston Red Sox’ Lindos Sueños Program to build a baseball field and coach at a local orphanage. Sam was a counselor and lifeguard at Camp Yavneh, and coached softball and swimming. Home Town: Newton, Massachusetts
  3. 3. Home Town: Toronto, Ontario Jacob Walker Jacob attended Jewish Day School his whole life, beginning with Bialik Elementary School and finishing with the Community Hebrew Academy. He has played a wide variety of sports since a young age, ranging from lacrosse to soccer, baseball to boxing. However, after falling in love with hockey at an early age, Jacob went on to play a long career including 5 years at the top AAA level, along with playing for his high school team.
  4. 4. A graduate of the American Hebrew Academy, in High School she served as captain of both the varsity basketball and volleyball teams. While in High School Adina coached youth at volleyball clinics. Adina is happiest when playing sports, and takes pride in her strong connection to Israel. Adina Weinberg Home Town: Plano, Texas
  5. 5. Home Town: Toronto, Ontario Chava Dashevsky Chava , a graduate of York University in Toronto, worked as a program coordinator for a basketball program at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Center and started a program called "Basketball Academy". She has her Level 1 NCCP Certification from the University of Winnipeg in Canada. While in Israel Chava is volunteering her time at an all girls' elementary school in Rehavia, Jerusalem.
  6. 6. Daniel Chiat Daniel graduated from the University of Maryland in 2007. After his high school basketball experience in Minneapolis, MN, Daniel extended his "formal" playing days by joining the UMD women's varsity practice squad. Daniel coached the basketball class for three years at Herzl Camp in Wisconsin. Prior to coming to Israel, Daniel taught 7th grade at Kol Shalom in Rockville, MD. Home Town: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  7. 7. Gavriel Remz Home Town: Newton, Massachusetts Gabi has participated in youth basketball, soccer, and baseball leagues, as both a player and a coach. He captained JV soccer and basketball teams at Gann Academy. A leader from the very start, Gabi captained the varsity soccer and basketball teams at Solomon Schechter of Greater Boston. Gabi coached soccer at the Jewish Community Day School in Boston, and also was a Little League umpire for his local division.
  8. 8. Judah Batist Judah has always had a passion for sports and played hockey, basketball, rugby, and football competitively, and represented Canada in the Maccabiah games last summer. Judah looks forward to bringing the skills he gains through the fellowship back to Camp Ramah in Canada. He attributes who he is today to the many coaches he has had over the years. Home Town: Toronto, Ontario
  9. 9. Home Town: Toronto, Ontario Meagan is pursuing a career in sports management. Growing up she played organized sports in youth leagues. She is currently interning for Bnei Hasharon Basketball Club. Meagan served as the Vice President of her USY Chapter in 2001, and was head of Mountain Biking at Camp Tamarack in Ontario for two years. Meagan is a certified Tennis Coach and Snowboard instructor in Canada . MeaganNewman
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