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Launched in 2003, the Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership is proud to connect individuals of all ages to each other, and to Israel. The strength and continuity of the Partnership has provided unlimited opportunities for individuals from Baltimore and Ashkelon to experience the reach and importance of our global community.
The Partnership offers opportunities to explore Jewish identity and volunteerism together. Each year, more than 1,000 Baltimoreans travel to Ashkelon where they see the impact of the Partnership and connect with their friends in Ashkelon, through the Lyn Stacie Getz Park Baltimore and the Stewart and Marlene Greenebaum Volunteer Center, among other places. For those unable to travel, we also provide opportunities to further connect the Baltimore community to Israel.
The Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership is currently chaired by Dixie Leikach in Baltimore and Moshiko Giat in Ashkelon. We are always looking for new people to travel to Ashkelon and to get involved in our Partnership through the many opportunities we provide For more information please visit www.baltimoreashkelon.org.
Bridging The Two Park Heights
Tuesday, November 12
CC Jackson Rec Center