Government brings entertainment to South

The cultural activities will be held in shelters and reinforced areas, due to the current security situation.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 4, 2009 13:16

 
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The Science, Culture and Sport Ministry approved the transfer of around NIS 1 million last week for cultural activities to be held in shelters and reinforced areas, due to the current security situation in the South. "Art for the People" (Omanut La'am) was setting up special headquarters to organize requests for cultural planning (054-772-2912). In addition, competitive sports organized by the local councils were going to be relocated to safer areas.

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