Volunteering – Hebrew Video from Maale Adumim

This video was taken a few days ago in Maale Adumim. It was at a ceremony honoring the 54 new volunteers to the police and neighborhood watch – including my husband. It’s in Hebrew – sorry for those who don’t understand. Several speakers.

The first announces how many volunteers, that they come from many countries, some very new to Israel.

The second speaker speaks of this being a part of their integration into the community.

At 1:37 and 1:45 minutes into the tap, you’ve got a nice close up of my husband!

The third and fourth speakers sort of say the same thing…

The fifth speaker is Benny Kashriel – the mayor of Maale Adumim for something like the last 20 years.

Pretty impressive, no? It was a very nice ceremony! So, all told, my husband volunteers with the local police; my oldest daughter volunteered for the ambulance, Elie, Shmulik, and Davidi have all volunteered as well (Elie and Davidi still do). Elie’s wife also volunteers with the ambulance. So, that leaves…well, me and my youngest daughter…we’ll have to come up with something.

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