A Rose by Any Other Name . . .

A Rose by Any Other Name . . .

A Rose by Any Other Name . . .

ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran rolled out the village’s new name in an impressive yet modest, corona-compliant event for staff, residents and volunteers.

With colorful balloons decorating the pathways and vibrant signs swinging in the breeze, DJ Amit Leshem went from house to house and building to building, enhancing the atmosphere with music and song.

A huge flag bearing the new ADI logo was laid out in the Agricultural complex, on which employees and volunteers signed their names, expressing their commitment and allegiance to the rehabilitation village which does all in its power to enhance, advance and qualitatively improve the lives of the most fragile members of society, ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran.

A luscious assortment of sweets and nosh, beautifully displayed with the new ADI logo, was enjoyed by all, as was a small ADI gift, a token of appreciation for the ongoing devotion of everyone connected to the village.

ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran – a new name with a new look representing the same values and dedication of rehabilitation, inclusion, equity and advancement.

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