Celebrity Grapevine

Actress and model Miri Bohadana gives of herself and her finances to needy children and the elderly - especially during the holiday period.

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September 28, 2008 11:38
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Celebrity Grapevine

Miri Bohadana 88 224. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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  • ACTRESS AND model Miri Bohadana, who grew up in Sderot in a middle class family, is sensitive to the needs of the less fortunate; she gives of herself and her finances to needy children and the elderly - especially during the holiday period. Bohadana is urging fellow celebrities to do as she does in performing gratis and making cash contributions.

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