A place to gather

Several hundred people attended the opening of an Ethiopian community center in Netanya last week.

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May 30, 2013 13:52
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Ethiopian community center in Netanya

Ethiopian community center in Netanya 370. (photo credit: Seth J. Frantzman)

 
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Several hundred people attended the opening of an Ethiopian community center in Netanya last week. The city’s Mayor Miriam Fierberg-Ikar welcomed the crowd in a speech that was translated into Amharic.

“There are a lot of communities in Netanya and they all asked for a place like this, but the only one that received such a beautiful place is the Ethiopian one. The Ethiopian community has brought the city much pride,” she said. The large center is the first of its kind in the country.

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