Anne Peters from Gracestone Consulting delivering a seminar.

Celebrate SIPP in December

Join us for our year-end party on Saturday, December 9, 2017, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm with food, drink, schmoozing, and learn how you are supporting our efforts. At the home of Robert and Tara Winer, with music by Sheldon Sands!

Partner with us to fund our work with the Kidron Valley Project in Jerusalem and the West Bank, and with Bedouin and Jewish communities in the Negev.

Featuring Brief Presentations from:

Dr. Bernard Amadei
Founder of Engineers Without Borders USA
SIPP Board Member

 

Nidal Allis
President and CEO of Techno Rescue

Project Updates:

Pollution in the Kidron – Bernard will reflect on his observations from his summer trip to the region where he examined the constructed wetlands in Al Ubeidiya.

Electronic Waste Management – Nidal will discuss his recent trip to the region and reflect on what needs to be done.

SIPP returns to Israel and the West Bank – Bernard and Peter Ornstein will “walk the wadis” in January to better understand the path of the pollution contaminating Mar Saba Monastery’s cisterns.

Other projects in the works – School pairing, recycling, internship with Eco-Cycle, joint refurbishment training, electronic waste Education Center in Idnah.

“The only way peace will ever be achieved in Israel and Palestine will be alongside sustainable development to ensure prosperity for everyone. Help SIPP create a brighter future in the Holy Land,” – Amitai Gross, SIPP Board Member

RSVP here. 

About Sid Fox

Sid Fox renewed his interest and study from his Hebrew School days (where he was inspired by Deborah Pessin's insightful series 'The Story of the Jewish People') when he read James Michener's "The Source". Sid eventually taught a two semester Sunday class for adults at their home when their children were at Sunday School. It was based on 15 years study of the Bible, the three hundred years of modern research and Biblical Archaeology areas he continued to pursue as he branched out to Shakespeare, the Classics and other interests.

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