Club Dayan is a Na'amat club that was founded in 1967 and was named after a remarkable Israeli soldier, Moishe Dayan. He was the Minister of Defense during the Six-Day War (1967) and a political statesman. We chose to honour an incredible man.
Our club meetings are held bi-weekly at alternating members' houses and each meeting deals with either club business or hosting interesting speakers from all walks of life.
Yearly, in the autumn, along with two other clubs, we undertake a major FUNdraiser.
Through the years, Club Dayan has been filled with vibrant women. We attend council meetings, assist with Israel Day in the spring and are always on the lookout for women who wish to join our ranks. We welcome new members!