Hey everyone, in this article I’m going to give all of you, fellow readers, insight on the Hungarian BBYO delegation that will happily be attending IC! The following excerpts are introductions of our delegation. Meet the Hungarian IC delegation:
Hi! My Name is Marton, I’m 15 years old, and I have two brothers. I live in Hungary, and my hobbies are playing basketball and skiing.
Hi! I’m Dani, I’m 17, I’m BBYO Hungary’s regional Mazkir, I love sports and I like to spend time with my friends. I have a dog and a sister. I went on CLTC 6 2018 and ILTC 2019.
Hi! I’m Joel I’m from Hungary but I’m living in the US. I have a twin!
Hi! I'm Sara from Hungary. I'm 16 years old. I'm the Slicha of our board. And this is going to be my 2nd IC! I hope I can meet all of u in Texas! Also if u are a big F·R·I·E·N·D·S fan, we definitely have to meet!
Hi! My name is Dani. I’m from Hungary. I’m 14 years old. I play basketball. I have a sister.
Hi! My name is Gabor, and I’m the Godol of BBYO Hungary. I am 15 years old, I play American football, and this is going to be my second IC.
Hi! I’m Sebi I’m from Hungary my hobbies are gaming, and I’m an athlete. I’m 15 years old. I have a brother.
Hi! I’m Ármin I’m from Hungary. I’m 15 years old. I have a brother and I’m really excited.
Hi! I’m Dave I’m 14 years old I have a brother. He is coming too and I’m studying in America this year.
Hey Guys! I’m Stephanie and I’m 16 years old. This will be my first IC, so I’m hyped up! See you soon!
Gabor Fekete is an Aleph from BBYO Ahava in Budapest, Hungary and has the special talent of being able to lick his nose.
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