Hello everybody! I hope that you are well and had a beautiful Pesach.
Bnei Akiva Cape Town ran an incredible Mini Mach with 130 people on the campsite! We had fun and meaningful tochniot, delicious food, a holy and united Shabbas, a hike and so much more. Since then we’ve continued with amazing tochniot once every two weeks, hosted events for Pesach, joined the community for a very meaningful Yom HaShoah and joined the community and schools for the rest of the tamil as well as doing our own functions. As you can see, we are very busy consistently keeping in touch with our channichim, making sure they have a constantly present role model, and a fun escape.
— Eytan Labe
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Habonim: website: Habonim Dror SA, Facebook HabonimSA
Netzer: website: Netzer.org.za, Instagram netzer_southafrica
Bnei Akiva: website: Beni Akiva South Africa, Facebook Bnei Akiva Cape Town
SAUJS Western Cape: Facebook @SAUJS, Instagram @saujs_westerncape
Diller Teen Fellows: website: Diller Teen Fellows , Facebook Diller Teen Fellows, Instagram @diller.capetown
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Published in the PDF edition of the May 2022 issue – Click here to read it.
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