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Proof that there's no limit to what can be achieved

At the exhibition: Nina Zuck, head of ESRA Projects, Yonit Gurfinkel, director, and some of the project’s participants
All smiles

The students at the community center of Hefzibah Netanya, together with their pupils, proved once again that the ESRA/Netanya Municipality project -''Students Build a Neighborhood – has completed another successful year.

Hung on the walls were the decorative posters and flags of Ethiopia, Syria, Kurdistan, Morocco, Spain and other communities, each showing geographical and historical details and the Jewish connection to the melting pot of Israel's immigrants.

Pride of place was the large decorated table laden with different foods of the communities, surrounding the local favorites, falafel, humus and pittot. Proof of the success of the exhibition was the appetizing dishes enjoyed by all.

Nina Zuck, head of ESRA community projects, welcomed the visitors and praised the students for their constant hard work during the year and particularly for this end-of-year exhibition. 

Fun time ... lots to eat and drink at the end-of-year party

It was heartening that so many parents - and especially fathers - came to see their children's work as did the visitors from ESRA, whose enthusiastic comments made the students very happy.

The evening ended with a student-produced video showing students and pupils

participating in various activities throughout the year.

Students Build a Neighborhood continues to instill in the students and in their charges the possibility that there is no limit to what can be achieved with education and determination. 



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Monday, 27 March 2023

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