Hadassah delegation to present hospital tower

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
January 17, 2007 15:33

 
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180 members of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, arrived in Israel on Wednesday on a weeklong trip. The visit, led by Hadassah National President June Walker, will include an on-site presentation of the $250 million tower that Hadassah will build at its flagship Jerusalem hospital over the next five years, as well as the dedication of a sports center at the Hadassah Neurim Youth Village and a high-tech fire engine donated to the JNF. Founded in 1912, Hadassah is a volunteer women's organization which supports pace-setting health care, education and land development in Israel, while promoting Jewish education, Zionist youth programs, and health awareness in the United States.

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