Monthly Archives: October 2011

NoSee’Ems – Sandfly Bite Prevention

Residents of the Adumim bloc, especially those in areas adjoining the desert and/or construction sites are urged to take extra precautions against the pesky sandfly. Often called “no-see-‘ums” due to their small size, sandflies pack a bite that can lead to serious … Continue reading

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How Now Rav-Kav

The Education Department of MA distributed a letter to parents of children who attend school in Jerusalem explaining that from the first of November the only option for travel on buses and the light rail will be through the Rav-Kav … Continue reading

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Proceed with Caution ON DERECH KEDEM: Residents are advised that roadwork will be taking place on Derech Kedem in order to improve pedestrian and driver safety near the M.A. mall. Construction is expected to take two months. ON HANECHALIM, HAUGAV, … Continue reading

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Rami Levy Wins “BIG” in Mishor Adumin

While the city’s residential building projects remain in government-mandated deep-freeze, MA.’s industrial building is moving full steam ahead. Recently, Rami Levy, owner of the Shivuk Hashikmah supermarket chain, placed the winning bids on two properties in the Mishor Adumim industrial area … Continue reading

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ReCycle Your ‘Cycle – For a Good Cause!

Working in conjunction with M.A.’s social welfare department, Itzik Bicycles (Tzemach Hasadeh Center) and City Councilman Gili Cohen have implemented an unusual campaign: they are distributing bicycles to children of economically disadvantaged families. “Every resident that has a bicycle that … Continue reading

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Parent Patrol (Sayeret Horim)

Do you know where your kids are late at night, when everyone’s asleep? On the one hand you rely on your teenagers, but on the other hand, do you really know what they’re doing, and with whom they’re hanging out? … Continue reading

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Photos of Second Hakafot in Ma’ale Adumim

Hi Everyone! Tonight (Thursday night after chag in Israel) I took photos of the second hakafot in the S’deh Chemed schoolyard in Ma’ale Adumim. I posted the 132 photos on my website at: Enjoy! Shabbat Shalom, Jacob

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Photos of the Children’s Sukkot Parade in Ma’ale Adumim

Hi Everyone! Tonight, Musar Avicha had their annual children’s Sukkot parade. The parade took place in the Klei Shir neighborhood and finished with a gathering at Rav Katz’s sukka. I took photos of the festive event and posted them at: … Continue reading

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Planned Building Projects in Ma’ale Adumim

One of the more ambitious building projects on tap is the planned transformation of the junction between Kikar Yahalom and the MA mall into a cultural and leisure meeting place. With the upcoming dedication of the music conservatory, and the … Continue reading

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Fire and Rescue Exercise in E1

The regional police headquarters for Judea and Samaria saw a lot of activity last week as 30 police and fire & rescue (f+r) personnel from Jerusalem, Ma’ale Adumim, the Jordan Valley and Megilot participated in a complex simulation of a … Continue reading

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