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Addict is an agricultural moshav located in the heart of the Jordan Valley, 30 minutes from Ariel University. There are 30 male and female students, religious and secular. Moshav Mekorah was founded in 1973 and currently has about 160 residents, the moshav has a relaxed pace of life, a pool for free use, a diverse population ranging from young people to the founding adults of the moshav. Overlooks the valley of Nahal Tirza to the north, and is accessible from the northern part of Alon Road.
The students in the village study at the Ariel University and the Open University, they established the village barbecue pub and today it is open once every two weeks and hosts workshops and cultural events for the whole area. Students also lead addictive social projects in and around local communities in the areas of education, welfare and community.
About an Addict
Mekora is a cooperative moshav in the Upper Jordan Valley that belongs to the Organization of Agricultural Union Localities and the Jordan Valley Regional Council. In mid-1972, it was decided to locate the Nahal outpost in the Karira area, which was given the name Koor;