By Jewish Family & Community  Services
 

            PJ Library took a trip to Israel this summer via the playground at the Jacksonville Jewish Center.  Accompanied by their parents, the children boarded ELAL Flight 904 to Tel Aviv. With passports in hand, they listened to a story from Morah Rachel and learned about the places they would visit. During their journey, they had many sites to go to including the Dead Sea for a float, the Western Wall where they left notes, as well as Jerusalem and the Knesset. They also went to the Negev Desert for a Dig and climbed Masada. At each location they received a visa sticker which they placed in their passport. After all of that travel in the hot summer weather, it was time for picnic lunches and sno-cones. PJ Jax Adventures will be taking off again this fall for more fun and exploration so be sure to be on the lookout for our next trip so you can join us.