A group of 50 Australian Jewish high school graduates participating in “Israel By Choice” for their gap year in Israel visited the City of Ariel on May 5, 2013 to move beyond the realm of rumors and see Samaria firsthand.
A delegation of 25 German educators and journalists toured Ariel to round out their picture of Israel and particularly of Judea and Samaria (the West Bank) as part of a tour entitled “Center and Periphery – Two Faces of Israel.” The delegation was part of a mission partially funded by the German government to give German educators and journalists a firsthand look into Israel.
American Friends of Ariel and the Film/TV track of Ariel University (AU) welcomed Ruth Brandt from Los Angeles on Tuesday, May 6, 2013 so that she could meet the people she’s touched and taste the creativity she’s nurtured.
On May 5th Victoria Hearst and Pastor John Peyton took a group of visitors to the City of Ariel. Mayor Nachman hosted the group personally, showing them various sites throughout the city, explaining the Ariel weave of past, present and future as it stood proud before their very eyes.
The Jewish Federation of Central New Jersey visited Ariel on April 25th. Their visit began with a tour of Ariel’s Industrial Parks.
Twenty-five seniors from Milken Community High School in Los Angeles visited Ariel as part of their educational tour to Israel in April 2013.
On Friday, November 16 Pastor Billye Brim, Pastor Lynne and Pastor Mac Hammond accompanied by a group of over 30 pastors visited the City of Ariel. For most of the pastors, this visit marks their first to both Ariel and Israel.
An Americans For a Safe Israel (AFSI) group, led by AFSI Executive Director Helen Freedman, visited the City of Ariel on November 13, 2012.
Two-time super bowl winner, Jason Elam, who holds the NFL record for the longest field-goal in history, and Tom Doyle who is known for his books and his educational initiatives to connect teach Christians about Israel, arrived in Israel on November 6th. Their first stop was – naturally – the City of Ariel!
The Rabin Hadassah Chapter of Boynton Beach, which has been in Israel as part of the Hadassah Women’s Zionist Organization of America Centennial celebrations, made a whistle-stop visit to Ariel on October 21.
Longtime friends to the City of Ariel Connie and Bill Wilson were back in Ariel this month with a group of ladies from across the United States. This time around they visited the Senior Citizens’ Choir who dedicated the song ‘Won’t You Please Come Home Bill Bailey’ to Bill.
On Thursday October 18, AFA hosted a visit for a group from the JH Ranch in California. The purpose of this visit was for the group to get a closer look at Ariel and to focus on promoting the continued success and development of the Ariel National Leadership Development Center.