Is this a winter or what? I can close my eyes and almost believe I'm in New Jersey. Well, minus the snow. By all accounts this has been a wet and wonderful winter so far. In our last newsletter I said that the Weatherman's (and woman's) predictions were more in the line of suggestions rather than actual predictions but they have been really good this year. I take off my hat to the Israeli Meteorological Service. Check out their website for real-time updates. If you are Hebraically challenged then click the little "en" hiding in the top left corner of the page to get English. We'll continue to hope for more rain. Most of us would agree that you can't be too rich and you can't have too much rain. Of course, if your roof leaks then you'll have a different view. Just be sure to pack an umbrella when you venture outside.
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CHAI means alive
And also the number 18. Everyone who donates DOUBLE CHAI (36 NIS) or more will be featured in our "To Life!" section. So give life to ESCA and enjoy it. Of course, anonymous gifts will also be appreciated. An idea for a present for one who has it all. Want to give more? 100 NIS makes you a CENTURY DONOR; 50 NIS a JUBILEE DONOR.
Thanks for the donations
NOTE: All donations to ESCA are used for mailing our newsletter and for basic refreshments at our events.