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On September 10, 1947, the Ladies Auxiliary commemorated the 18th year of their activities. To these festivities, their inestimable services, socially as well as philanthropically, fully entitled them. The men of the Association felicitated the ladies of the Auxiliary and expressed the cordial hope that, just as Chai stands, in Hebrew, numerically for 18 and signifies 'life', so may the 18th anniversary symbolize permanent and enduring renown for the name and the work of the Pliskov Ladies Auxiliary. And, furthermore, in honor of the women's jubilee, the Association had 18 trees planted in Palestine upon soil reclaimed by the Jewish National Fund.

The above photograph of the Tree Fund Certificate presented to the Pliskov Ladies Auxiliary and text is from the the 40th Anniversary Book.


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