On February 18th, five busloads of Olim from Jerusalem, Bet Shemesh, Be’er Sheva, and Ashkelon came to take part in the annual “Darom Adom” experience.
First, the group was hosted at Kibbutz Alumim, a religious Kibbutz in the North-Western Negev. They learned about the history of the Kibbutz, whose membership is made up of 20% immigrants from the UK and the Zionist pioneering story of the Negev from the 1940s until present. They then traveled to the Shokeda Forest, which is covered with thousands of Kalaniot (red anemones) during this beautiful spring season.
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