Jerusalem’s clubhouse of hope

Clubhouse Jerusalem, one of three such centers in Israel is part of the Clubhouse International movement, which began in New York in 1948.

By KEREN PREISKEL
November 8, 2017 20:01
Clubhouse Jerusalem members

Clubhouse Jerusalem members take part in a cooperative artwork project with a student from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. (photo credit: CLUBHOUSE JERUSALEM)

 
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Jerusalem is a city filled with places waiting to be discovered, places that I am not always aware of, despite being a long-term resident of 15+ years.

One such place that I learned about recently, and that should be put on the map, is Clubhouse Jerusalem, located off the beaten track in a small alleyway near the Mahaneh Yehuda market.

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