Spanish Actress Barbara Lennie Plants a Tree in Israel

During her week-long visit to Israel, Spanish actress Barbara Lennie took time to plant a tree at the KKL-JNF VIP planting center at the Yad Kennedy memorial.

By KKL-JNF
March 6, 2014 14:27
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Spanish Actress Barbara Lennie-1. (photo credit: KKL-JNF)

 
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 Spanish Actress Barbara Lennie Plants a Tree in Israel

During her week-long visit to Israel, Spanish actress Barbara Lennie took time to plant a tree at the KKL-JNF VIP planting center at the Yad Kennedy memorial.


“They say the three things everyone must do in their life is to plant a tree, write a book and have a child. And here I started with planting a tree,” said Barbara Lennie.  


“Planting a tree is a form of giving life and a way of helping this brilliant valley. It is an honor to be able to participate in this ceremony.”


In Israel at the invitation of the Ministry of Tourism, the award-winning stage, film and TV actress was accompanied by a contingent of seven media personalities, including Sandra del Rio, the editor-in-chief of Conde Nast Traveler, the world’s premier travel magazine, which will publish a cover feature of the actress and her visit to Jerusalem, including the tree planting ceremony.









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