Esther Feldhamer, Class of 2005. Esther currently serves in the IDF, in the only co-ed infantry unit in the world. Kol Ha'Kavod to Emily!
Andrew Davids offers greetings. "I attended Hillel Academy for K-4 from 1970 - 1975. I am now a rabbi and serve as executive director at a day school in Manhattan, Beit Rabban. It was interesting to have Hillel Academy show up on my facebook page! Who knew! G'mar tov, Andrew Davids (at the time, I was Andrew Dick)."
Class of 1985:
Dave Schadick writes in from sunny Irvine, California, "about 40 miles south of Los Angeles. We love it ! My daughter is to be Bat Mitzvah'd in July 2011 and has been a proud student of Hebrew school and of Temple for the past 7 years or so."
Class of 1987:
Daniel Steinberg writes, "I attended Hillel until 5th grade when we moved to Syracuse. I am the Coordinator of Outreach for the Columbus Community Kollel in Ohio, but my heart remains in Vestal, NY."
Class of 1988:
Aaron Rothenberg writes in to say hello . . . from Israel where he lives.
Class of 1989:
Rachel Steinberg Rubinstein: "I attended HA from K-4 till we moved, and had a great class of friends! Hi to GraceAnn Menewich, Merideth Walsh, Laura Shadick, Eric Rosenberg, Heather Oppenheim - and all the rest - wherever y'all are!! I'm a PA and live in Brooklyn NY now. Love the site and pics. Thanks!"
Class of 1991:
Abigail Sasnowitz Lazarus. I'm a mother of 3 and work as a CPA. I live in Clifton, NJ. If you're ever in the NY area, we'd love to have you for shabbos!
Class of 1993:
Bethany Bleier is living in San Francisco with husband and children, teaching Middle School Judaic Studies in a local Jewish Day School.
Class of 2005:
Michael Alweis is currently a student at the University of Pittsburgh.
Class of 2010:
Elisa Alweis is currently a student at Binghamton High School.
Supported by the Staiman Family in memory of Sholom Staiman (Shin Sin)
"Celebrating 50 Years of Service"
Our 2012-2013 fundraising campaign has begun. Please help Hillel Academy fund tuition scholarships, extra-curricular activities, and more. Your contribution will ensure the continuity of Jewish education and communal life in Upstate New York.