Access Israel holding tree planting event for Tu Bishvat

January 24, 2013 13:58


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The NGO Access Israel, which works to advance the rights of people with disabilities in the country, is set to hold a tree planting ceremony for Tu Bishvat in Hod Hasharon on Friday.

Dozens of people with disabilities and their families are expected to attend the event during which they will plant trees in an handicap-accessible area and go on a guided tour of Hod Hasharon’s sewage plant.

The municipality, which partnered with the NGO to organize the event, is also expected to inaugurate its new Access Israel Boulevard on Friday.

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