Housing Fair for New Project in Ariel September 7th

29 08 2012

Don’t miss a great chance to check out a new affordable building project in
Ariel organized by the Chanan Mor group. Ariel has all the amenities of a
city and the warmth of a yishuv!

At the moment 3 five story building are on sale, offering 96 units,
including both 4 and 5 room apartments, garden apartments, and penthouses. The
four room apartments start at 890,000 NIS and the five room apartments
start at 1,050,000 NIS .

The project is based on the principles of green building: geared towards
family and creating community, healthy building, electricity and water
efficient and environment awareness. The buildings are located close to
schools and kindergartens, parks and playgrounds.

The Chanan Mor group will be holding a housing fair on the 7th of September
(to sign up call *2572 by 6/9) . Following the fair there will be an
opportunity to meet with the Anglo Community in Ariel (
http://ohelefraim.wordpress.com/, https://arielanglos.wordpress.com ) please
RSVP if you are interested to yael.maizels@mail.huji.ac.il

English speakers on the Klita committee are happy to be in touch: Yael and
Rabbi Hillel Maizels (yael.maizels@mail.huji.ac.il) Natalie and Shauli
Zacks (natzacks@gmail.com), Dana and Avi Zimmerman (danavizim@013.net ) and
Aviva and Yitzy Nagel (avivalive@yahoo.com).

For early registration contact the office at the website below Chanan  Mor environmental
building in Ariel http://www.hmg.co.il/

Reuven Franks
Aliyah coordinator
City of Ariel
aliyah@ariel.muni.il
03-9061695
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Parent and children learning event

6 08 2012

When the Hochhausers moved to Ariel from Beit Shemesh a few years ago, Elie took it upon himself to organize Shabbat afternoon learning for parents and kids. (הורים וילדים). After learning is completed Elie asks the kids questions from the parsha and gives out treats and tickets. Every couple of months Elie organizes a Friday morning event; there is some learning, snacks, an activity and the kids can “cash in” their tickets for prizes.

This past Friday was one of those days. We went to a Ma’ayan (little pool) near Har Bracha. There were over 40 people, a mix of Anglos and Israeli’s who participated. The morning started off with a short play, yours truly managed to stumble through my one line, some singing and then it was off to the pool.

The kids waiting for the play

The Play

Once the kids, and some parents, were through splashing and playing in the water, it was time for snacks and prizes.

One of the things that we really liked when checking out Ariel is that it was, and still is, a growing city. There is still a lot of room for new projects and ideas. All it takes is someone

to come and take the initiative to get something started, whether it’s Shabbat afternoon learning or a women’s basketball game. It’s easy to make an impact and help the community grow.

Kol Hakavod to Elie for organizing the learning every Shabbat, may we continue to have more and more people every Shabbat

Ariel Learning

Standing by the pool








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