BlogCentral: Sem Girl

Every month our school goes on a trip to learn more about Israel and the roots or our heritage.

By CHANA
October 1, 2005 14:22
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BlogCentral: Sem Girl

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Sem Girl: A trek through Judea Every month, our school goes on a trip (aka, tiyul) to someplace in Israel to learn more about this special land that roots us to our heritage. Despite the heaviness of our history, there is so much gained from the strength of the past which, I believe, allows us to continue forward during the difficult times that challenge us as a people. Last week, our school took a two-day trip to the Judean Desert. Read the rest of this blog»

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