Rabbi Chanan Feld, Goalie

Circumcision, Berzerkeley, and the Power of Five Minutes By Levi Welton Rabbi Chanan Feld was a towering fixture of my childhood—my friend’s father, and my father’s friend. He had the cuddly torso of a teddy bear, the magical beard of a wizard, and the twinkling eyes of a rebbe. This is how I remember him. Chanan...

Hapoel Soccer 2020

Players, Parents, and Fans: Thank You – Thank you for this season. I enjoyed working with your children and watching them play soccer. I appreciated their willingness to play a better brand of soccer. Again, thank you. More – With Baltimore County’s Less-than-25-People Gatherings policy, this season, we will not have an All-Mensch Game...

Hapoel Soccer 2020 (Game Two)

On Sunday, September 13, we will play Game Two of the 2020 Hapoel Soccer Season. Do not just show up. You need to sign-up. 11:45-1:15: Older Girls (4th Grade +)1:15-2:15: Younger Girls (1st Grade-3rd Grade)2:15-3:30: Younger Boys (1st Grade-3rd Grade)3:30-5:00: Older Boys (4th Grade +) After Game Two, we will be off for several...

Hapoel Soccer 2020 Introduction

Hapoel Soccer will be playing soccer this coming fall. Though, for obvious reasons, the upcoming Hapoel Soccer Season will be substantially altered. This includes: Covid-19 Stipulations – Due to the Coronavirus: Temperatures and Questions – Before each session, all players will have their temperature taken and will be asked standard Coronavirus prevention questions. Players...

Hapoel Lacrosse and Coronavirus

Week-after-week, we mark our calendars with the dates when the Federal and Maryland Social Distancing Guidelines will conclude and, week-after-week, we push the dates back. None the less, we wanted to touch base to communicate what we all already know. We do not know when we’ll play lacrosse next. For now, hold onto the...

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