Regular Office Hours

Monday       9-3
Tuesday       9-3
Wednesday  9-3
Thursday     9-3
Friday          9-2
Saturday     Closed
Sunday       Closed
 

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Facility Request Form

 Use this form to request use of our building for your meeting, program or event.

 

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Our Mission

Our new mission statement, values & guiding principles were approved by the Board of Trustees on Monday, March 11, 2013.  Read them HERE.

TGIS - Thank God It's Shabbat

 

 

Please bring your favorite Shabbat appropriate board game so there are enough to go around.

 

Special Speakers from Dror Israel
1:30 - 2:30 pm

Gary Levy, 44, B.Ed, father of two, was born in London, England and made Aliya with his parents as a young baby. Levy joined the Noar HaOved VeHalomed youth movement as a child and at 18 completed his year of service in the youth movement, working with children and teens. He served for three and a half years in an IDF combat unit as a commander. At 23, with a group of friends, he moved to Kibbutz Ravid in the Galilee, which had been abandoned by a previous group, and established it as the first educational kibbutz in Israel. Since then, Levy has been part of the leadership of Dror Israel, working with over 1,000 young adults to establish 15 new educational kibbutzim in Israel’s social and geographical periphery.

Rinat Sharon, 37, B.Ed. Was born and raised in Israel. From a young age she has been part in HaNoar HaOved VeHalomed youth movement activities as a young counselor and during a year of service before the army she established the youth movement's branch in Zichron Yaakov. She served in the army for two and half years in various educational roles.

During the following years she led one of the districts of the youth movement's activities and became a teacher and a youth and young adults' guide to Poland and Holocaust memorial trips.

Today, she leads Dror's Educators Training Program which allows young adults with youth movement experience to combine their field-gained knowledge and theoretical studies in education and social challenges. Graduates of this Program are certified as teachers and educators and improve the quality and increase the amount of education in Israel.