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Joel Lazar. photo by Rhonda Spivak

 
WHO WANTS A PEAK AT THE ITINERARY FOR THE LAZAR GRANT TRADE MISSION TO ISRAEL- WHERE ARE THEY STAYING? WHERE ARE THEY EATING?

WHERE ARE THEY SHOPPING? REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY DECEMBER 22



 The Winnipeg based firm of Lazer Grant  Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors is planning an eight day Trade Mission to Israel exclusively for its clients and friends that will take place February 26 to March 9, 2011. Registration is required by  December 22.  Here is the itenary--looks awfully good!

Anyone interested in participating or seeking more information can also contact  [email protected] or call 977-3500. To access our earlier article about this mission, go to: http://www.winnipegjewishreview.com/article_detail.cfm?id=479&sec=2&title=LAZER_GRANT_LEADS_TRADE_MISSION__TO_ISRAEL_2011_(FEB/MARCH)

                                                      Lazer Grant Trade Mission to Israel
 
Program
 
February 26 – March 6, 2011
 
 
Hotels
Mamila, Jerusalem
 
Mitzpe Hayamim, Galilee
 
Hilton, Tel Aviv
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27
 
17:05                     Arrival on flight LY 104
                             Airport assistance and transfer to Jerusalem
19:00   20:00                   Check in and time to freshen up
20:30                     Dinner briefing and update on the Middle East with Yossi Klein Halevi,fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem and a contributing editor to The New Republic
                             at Canella restaurant
 
Overnight: Mamila Hotel, Jerusalem
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28
 
07:30   08:00          Breakfast and meet with your tour guide Michael Bauer
08:15   08:45          Overview of Jerusalem form the Goldman promenade
09:00   12:00          Tour of Jerusalem’s Old City
12:15 13:15          Lunch at Sami Restaurant
13:45   16:00          Visit to Yad Vashem, Israel’s National Holocaust Memorial and Museum
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