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Grapevine: New guard at Rotary Club

Stories about the first Arab to head Jerusalem's Rotary Club is installed and renovations at the former prime minister's residence.

YMCA Tower
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• The Rotary Club of Jerusalem generally meets at the YMCA on King David Street, and last week held its gala dinner there to mark the changing of the guard – in which Nezer Tannous, a Christian Arab who lives in Talbiyeh, succeeded Alexandra Darmon as president.

Tannous is not the first Arab to head the Jerusalem Rotary Club.

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