First Grade Flower Power

Michal Kadosh, chair of Gedera’s central PTA, initiated the wonderful match-up between Vered Shachori’s first grade class in the Gedera Pines School and ADI Moriah.

Together with dedicated parents, the A1 students and their teacher came to ADI Moriah with a lovely and meaningful gift that they made by themselves – a long, elongated planter, built by the parents and painted by the children as their teacher explained to them what it is like to live as a person with disabilities.

The students expressed a true interest in what they heard, and enjoyed taking part in a good deed.

Amit, a resident of ADI Moriah and Vered’s nephew, is among the many students at ADI Moriah who will enjoy the beautiful gift.

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