Volunteers Renovate ADI Moriah’s Beit Eran in Memory of Ori Ansbacher, HY”D.

Volunteers from the Baharan Ulpana decided that the Beit Eran girls’ home at ADI Moriah, could use some enhancing, so they took the initiative upon themselves and got to work. The high school girls decorated rooms, painted, and bought shelves, throw rugs and home accessories from their own funds, transforming different areas into teenaged girls’ dream rooms.

The renovation project was undertaken in memory of Ori Ansbacher, a”h, who was murdered this past year at the hands of a terrorist near Jerusalem.

A warm ceremony at the newly renovated home marked conclusion of renovations. Member of Knesset Idit Silman, Local Council head Yoel Gamliel, and Baharan Ulpana principal HaRav Moshe Neuman honored the ceremony with their participation. ADI Moriah director Naama Sudowitz welcomed all of the guests, including residents and their families, ADI staff, ADI Moriah volunteers and, of course, the Ulpana girls who initiated, carried out and completed the project.

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