Friday, March 6, 2020

The Writing's On The Wall

It was very exciting to have the museum name installed on the building this week!




We are working very, very hard, which is why I haven't had much time for writing this blog lately, and I am very behind with my emails. We very much hope that the Biblical Museum of Natural History will re-open in time for Pesach!  
 


9 comments:

  1. Mazal tov! Wishing you hatzlacha and looking forward to going!

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  2. This is a huge, huge accomplishment. KOL HAKOVOD!!!

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  3. Mazal tov! Behatzlachah!

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  4. מזל טוב ובהצלחה!

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  5. Quite impressive! עלה והצלח!

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  6. Mazal tov! The words (title) on the museum looks great!

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  7. I like the new name installed on the building. It looks great. I would like it if the museum could open just in time for Pesach. However, with coronavirus spreading... Hopeful Israel develops a vaccine by then (and even that's wishful thinking).

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  8. Passed by it today! Looks amazing! Any set date yet? And will it be "chareidi-appopriate" or "chareidi-appropriate-PG-13"?

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