Largest JNF Canada Negev dinner in Ottawa

Keynote speaker, President William J. Clinton, 42nd President of the United States, had the entire audience in absolute silence as he delivered the awe inspiring and spellbinding speech.

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July 23, 2007 17:25
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William Clinton. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Mark Mendelson, Executive Director for Eastern Canada and Joe Rabinovitch, Executive Vice President of JNF Canada were thrilled that more than 1100 leaders of the Ottawa community packed the Grand Salon of the Ottawa Westin Hotel to honour Stephen Victor Q.C., community leader and lawyer par excellence! Keynote speaker, President William J. Clinton, 42nd President of the United States, had the entire audience in absolute silence as he delivered the awe inspiring and spellbinding speech. Master of Ceremonies, David Scott Q.C. and Dinner Chair Roger Greenberg, along with JNF Ottawa President, Lisa Cogan, kept the evening on track and well focused on the incredible accomplishments of the KKL-JNF in Israel. The project chosen to be built from the funds raised is in partnership with The Hebrew University of Jerusalem -the Stephen and Gail Victor Botanical Garden on Mount Scopus. KKL-JNF Canada http://www.jnf-canada.org Sponsored content

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