Monday, November 15, 2010

(ENVIRO) Largest-Ever Israeli 'Clean Up Day' Draws 240,000

"More than 240,000 Israelis took part in International Clean-Up Day, led in Israel by the Jewish National Fund. Participants picked up trash in woods, parks, and other natural spaces.

Among the cleaners were students, soldiers, and members of various youth groups. Several companies got their employees involved as well.

In the north, soldiers worked side by side with special needs students to clean the Lotem reserve. In the Samaria city of Ariel, 500 schoolchildren cleaned while facing challenges and riddles relating to environmental issues."

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