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Karmiel English Speakers' Club Welcomes You
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Who We Are

 

KESC, the Karmiel English Speakers' Club is a registered non-profit organization . According to our constitution our goals are: 

  1. To serve as a place for entertainment, recreation and counselling for English-speaking immigrants (olim), guests and visitors.

  2. To serve as a centre for volunteer groups for the benefit of the community.

 

Simple, yet lofty goals that are fun planning, as well as attending and leave you with a sense of pride and satisfaction after every event and activity.

We have no religious or political affiliation or agenda, just a lot of good people trying to make Israel a better place in our own modest way.

To read a short history of KESC written by long time member Jack White, pictured on the right, together with Noreen Firestone click below.

Coming Up @ KESC


There is a Scrabble group has startd up on Sundays from 1:30 to 4:00 pm. To signup, contact Barbara Luchans by phone or Whatsapp, 058 508 4310.​​

  • Mark Your Calendars Now - Thursday, September 22nd we will all meet at the moadon at 11:00 and raise a glass to welcome 5783. While we're all together we will have a piece of honey cake and give thanks that we only have to eat honey cake once a year. In addition, we will be holding a Rosh Hashana Seder this year.

  • Wednesday, October 12th, join us for Coffee with Friends at 11:30.

  • Friday, October 14th, we will celebrate Sukkot and Autumn, as well as Gillian Cohn's return, with a nice Sukkot hike. Stay tuned for details.

  • October 20th at 7:00 for 7:30, we will be having an evening of play readings. To help relax both the readers and the audience we will serve wine with cheese and crackers.  If you are interested in reading a part, please contact Shirah at shirarte@gmail.com.

  • October 25th we will visit the Monkey Forest at Yodfat. We will be leaving from the auditorium at 8:45 am, spend about two hours at the Monkey Forest, We will have time to sit and eat a picnic lunch if you bring food from home. All food will be collected and kept at the office in Yodfat. No food is allowed to be brought into the Monkey Forest. Small bags of monkey  treats are sold for 5 shekels in the facility. The cost is 100 shekels per person including the bus and entrance and must be paid up front. RSVP to rosenfeld.larry@gmail.com.

  • Tuesday, November 1st, Marc Milzman will present the movie Rio Bravo starring Dean Martin, John Wayne, Ricky Nelson and Walter Brennan at the KESC Moadon.

  • Monday, November 7th, Michline Azar, a Lebanese born Christian Arab, will give a presentation at the KESC moadon, about growing up and living as an Arab in Karmiel. Space is limited, so ensure seating, RSVP now to rosenfeld.larry@gmail.com If we do get a lot of people registering EARLY, we will find a larger venue.

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CONTACT US

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Membership is open to any English- speaking Oleh. Dues are 120 shekels a year, half being due by the first of the year. By mid-May a notice will go out stating if we have need for the 2nd half of the dues to be paid.

Click HERE to download the new membership form. For further information about KESC you may submit the above form with no obligation.