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Sign: Givatayim - Rishonim route - Youth Working House

Ha-Shnayim St 16, Giv’atayim, Israel
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On the sign:
שכונת בורוכוב

בית הנוער העובד

[תאור האתר מופיע בשלט נפרד]
בית הנוער העובד
בני הנוער בשכונת בורוכוב השתייכו ברובם לתנועת "הנוער העובד". הצריף הראשון, שכונה "המועדון", נבנה באמצע שנות השלושים ברחוב יפה נוף על שפת ה’אמפי’, בעזרת הורים, בעלי מקצוע ותורמים. משם נדד הצריף למבנה ברחוב גורדון, ושמו שונה ל"סניף". זה היה הסניף הראשון והגדול ביותר של תנועת הנוער העובד והלומד בארץ ישראל.
רבים מבוגרי התנועה הצטרפו לפלמ"ח ויצאו להגשמה בקיבוצים. המבנה הנוכחי הושלם בשנת 1957, ושמו הוחלף ל"קן". הוא נקרא על שם משה בלאו, חניך קן בורוכוב, שנהרג במסגרת פעילותו בהגנה, והוא בן 17 בלבד.

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A station on the ""Rishonim route", set up by a joint initiative of the Givatayim Municipality and the veterans association of Borochov neighborhood, featuring signs that mention the homes and institutions in Borochov neighborhoods.

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Translation of the text on the sign:
Borochov neighborhood

Youth Working House

[Site description appears on separate sign]
Youth Working House
Most of the youth in the Borochov neighborhood belonged to the "HaNoar HaOved" youth movement. The first hut, known as the "Club", was built in the mid-1930s on Yefe-Nof street along the Amphi, with the help of parents, professionals and donors. From there, the hut moved to a building on Gordon Street, and its name was changed to "Branch." It was the first and largest branch of the working and studying youth movement in Israel.
Many of the movement’s graduates joined the Palmach and came to fruition in kibbutzim. The current building was completed in 1957, and was renamed "Ken." It was named after Moshe Blau, an apprentice of Ken Borochov, who was killed in his defense activities and is only 17 years old.

JNF (Jewish National Fund) emblem, Givatayim emblem
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites - Israel
Veterans Association Borochov neighborhood

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