AWIS to hold Israel’s largest party for new recruits

June 30, 2013 18:32


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The Association for the Wellbeing of Israel’s Soldiers will hold the country’s largest party for new army recruits on Tuesday at Park Hayarkon in Tel Aviv with the participation of popular Israeli artists including, among others, the band Hadag Nachash and singer Dudu Aharon. 

For the occasion, different party and concert complexes will be put up in the park and gifts will be distributed to attendees by companies sponsoring the events.

The non-profit event, held for the ninth consecutive year, is aimed at paying tribute to all recruits joining the IDF between July 2013 and May 2014 and strengthen their motivation for a meaningful service.

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