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posted on September 11, 2009 at 02:41:42 by CiNaBunZzZZZzz! (Afghanistan)
posted on August 20, 2009 at 23:08:30 by Suzanne Lange (United States)
I was with the Sherut La'am youth group that lived on Ma'ayan Baruch 1966-1967. Leib Golan was our sponsor. I would like to hear from anyone at the kibbutz who remembers me. My sponsor "family" were named Saraleh and Shlomo. I remember Hannah and Amnon Shemesh. I worked in the toddler house with Adela. I was called Shoshana Langeh. Now I am a clinical psychologist. I have 1 daughter, 4 stepchildren, and 8 grandchildren. I loved the time I spent there and think of all of you often.
posted on July 18, 2009 at 12:54:35 by Helen (Australia)
Wow - I am coming to israel in a few weeks for the first time in over 20 years. I spent 6 months at Tel Katzir as part of the Habonim group in 1981. I cant remember names but worked in the avocadoes. Seems like a million years ago but we had the best time. Would love to try and pop in if I am in the area.
posted on June 29, 2009 at 14:08:46 by Stefan Holgersson (Sweden)
posted on June 13, 2009 at 21:19:34 by Oren Zauder
A site on Tel Katzir a surprise.........was on the kibbutz starting in 1975 came back a few times before settling there as a kibbutz member in1983 till 1989 Was volunteer leader for a while,worked in the kitchen,cowsheds and the orchards.To all who were volunteers all my best wishes,it was a special experience today the kibbutz is very different but the memories,the amazing view over the kineret are there for ever.Oren(originally from Australia,had a small brown dog called Linda-not Barry's wife!!)Today still living here in Israel with my family.Shalom to one all
posted on May 06, 2009 at 17:08:19 by Richard beach (South Africa)
Hi all would love to find out what happened to Tali,young kibbutz member,she was my girlfriend in 1983 and had just gone to the army, Richard
posted on April 22, 2009 at 22:14:26 by Ulli Spies (Germany)
I was on tk early 78 for 4 months and than again in 81 for 9 months .Best time of my life.Worked in orchards with Barry and Kennedy.Barry now lives in Reno with Linda and 3 kids.I rember playing lots of soccer with Moreno and Itzick.Paul ward and so many more .Gorgeous Tali,was about 14 what happendto her?I stayed in touch with Richard Larsen for many yrs Last I knew he lived in London.Kept in touch withJuan Kirsten andEmilio too.Many memories.all great
..... Hi Jeff, do you know me Ulli from Germany and Beate my sister. We came about the same time and it was the best time of my life. We are still in contact to Jakov Moreno, Emilio was our best friend...but we lost contact. Beate married Brian, also a volunteer at that time. Hope somebody writes back. Love and Shalom
posted on January 07, 2009 at 12:02:38 by Philippa Smith (Great Britain (UK))
Just found the site and it has brought back wonderful memories. I spent about 5 months at Tel Katzir from April/May 1978 to September 1978. To my horror I was put to work in the laundry when I arrived, but it only took two days before everyone realised that my ironing was not up to scratch. I ended up working in the banana fields and I think that at the time I was the first/only girl to do so. I remember spending one day pruning back the dead leaveson the trees. I was told to leave a bitof the dead leaf on the trees,but decided that they looked tidier with all of the brown taken off. The result - next morning the row of trees which I had been working on had all fallen over! I then realised that maybe Jaime kinew best. I loved my time at Tel Katzir and have really enjoyed looking at the photos on this site and reading the messages. Thanks.
posted on December 27, 2008 at 20:16:40 by Doug Sadwick (Canada)
I spent 5 months on Tel Katzir in late 1970 until June of 1971. It was the adventure of adventures. I had the greatest time and worked in the fields, with the cows, the chickens,
irrigation and have the fondest memories of that time. A great kibbutz.
posted on December 24, 2008 at 04:21:18 by Carol (Australia)