Moving along swimmingly

Since it began six years ago, Swim4Sadna, in which women swim the Kinneret to raise money for a special-education center and school in Gush Etzion, has become an annual tradition.

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June 8, 2015 11:20
Swim4Sadna

Swim4Sadna. (photo credit: LAURA BEN-DAVID)

 
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