From Tu B’Shevat celebrations with Gurim, to launching our gap year opportunities for Matrics, it has been quite an eventful month.
Some of our activities included celebrating Tu B’Shevat with an incredible event at our Bayit for Gurim channichim; and launching our Mini Machaneh for all primary schools. We then had one of our infamous Big Bnei Shabbatonim where we had Johannesburg madrichim visiting us. It was a very meaningful time and they made a big impact on our Cape Town channichim. We also enjoyed two beautiful Shabbas meals with our Orot and our Moledet channichim.
Another highlight has been launching the amazing Hadracha Tzeria programme for 2020, where Grade 10 channichim have an opportunity to explore Israel and experience its sites, culture, food and beautiful views with their fellow channichim from Johannesburg. The programme will take place for three weeks in the summer holidays. Finally, we introduced our gap year opportunities, namely Limmud and MTA.
It has been a busy and exciting month, and we are looking forward to the next one.
Hayden Norrie, Chairman Bnei Akiva Cape Town
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