Flowers in Bnei Brak in Honor of Shavuot

After spending the first months of spring indoors in corona-required isolation, residents of ADI Bnei Brak were thrilled to be out of doors to participate in a socially-distanced flower fest.

In honor of the upcoming holiday of Shavuot, trADItionally known as a time to decorate the home with flowers, students presented teachers and caregivers with small bouquets, happily demonstrating their affection to ADI Bnei Brak’s dedicated staff.

 Surrounded by blossoms and greenery, everyone enjoyed the out-door activity and is looking forward to the time, hopefully in the near future, when face-masks can be removed and full smiles can be shared.

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