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Bnei Akiva Nachshon Branch Carries Off an Inclusive Happening at Nir Galim Moshav

The Nachshon branch of Bnei Akiva organized a special inclusive happening for residents of ADI Moriah, together with families from Moshav Nir Galim. A different family – parents and children – escorted each resident, making their way through the various stands and activities.

The impressive selection of stands, including sign-making, plant-holder decorating and flower planting, bowling and more, provided a fun-filled day, especially enjoyable due to Nir Galim community participation. We can’t thank the Nachshon Bnei Akiva Branch and moshav residents enough for the wonderful experience.

Ayelet Dvir, mother of one of the participating families, commented, “We experienced an amazing event, getting to know ‘the other’ while volunteering as a family within the moshav. We are so happy that ADI Moriah residents came and hope they will participate in future events.”

After the event, organizer Maya Tzulshan wrote that “it was really, really exciting to see Nir Galim community members of all ages cooperating to bring joy to ADI residents.”

The inclusive event was beneficial to all participants, and everyone is looking forward to more.

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