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Israel Bonds honorees


At Israel Bonds’ annual International Prime Minister’s Club Dinner in Miami Beach on Feb. 11, the Tampa Bay honorees were Rabbi Jacob Luski and his wife Joanne, of Congregation B’nai Israel in St. Petersburg. From left are Israel Bonds President and CEO Israel Maimon, Rabbi Luski, Joanne Luski, Finance Minister of Israel Moshe Kahlon and Israel Bonds Board Chairman Richard L. Hirsch. The Luskis were presented with the Israel70 award for their commitment and dedication to Israel and Jewish causes. They joined 18 others receiving the award, representing Dallas, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Miami, New Orleans, Cleveland, Boca Raton, Mexico City, Beverly Hills, CA; Chicago and Washington, D.C. Israel bond investments attributable to the dinner totaled $265 million.Photo by Peter Halmagyi At Israel Bonds’ annual International Prime Minister’s Club Dinner in Miami Beach on Feb. 11, the Tampa Bay honorees were Rabbi Jacob Luski and his wife Joanne, of Congregation B’nai Israel in St. Petersburg. From left are Israel Bonds President and CEO Israel Maimon, Rabbi Luski, Joanne Luski, Finance Minister of Israel Moshe Kahlon and Israel Bonds Board Chairman Richard L. Hirsch. The Luskis were presented with the Israel70 award for their commitment and dedication to Israel and Jewish causes. They joined 18 others receiving the award, representing Dallas, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Miami, New Orleans, Cleveland, Boca Raton, Mexico City, Beverly Hills, CA; Chicago and Washington, D.C. Israel bond investments attributable to the dinner totaled $265 million.
Photo by Peter Halmagyi

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