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Kefar Weradim (Israel)

Local Council of Kefar Weradim, Mo'atza Mekomit Kefar WEradim, also known as Kefar Vradim

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[Local Council of Kfar Vradim (Israel)]
image by Dov Gutterman

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Local Council Kefar Weradim (meaning roses village and usually called Kefar Vradim) is situated in north Tefen region at the western side of the Upper Galilee mountains, on the northern sloops of Mt. Eshkar. It was established in 1982, has 3,000 inh. (planned to reach 12,000) and enjoys a very high rate of living standards. Its flag is a logo on white. Source: letter from Mrs. Shuli, Local Council, 20 August 2001.
Dov Gutterman
, 26 August 2001

In my research of municipal flags legislation I was unable to find this emblem published in the official gazette (Rashumot).
Dov Gutterman
, 4 September 2001

I reported this flag as logo on white based on a letter from the Local Council. In my visit, I was able to confirm this report. There is no inscription below the emblem.
Dov Gutterman, 9 May 2003

Kefar Weradim was initiated by the tycoon Steff Wertheimer (which also initiated the founding nearby Industrial Local Council of Migdal Tefen. It was established in 1982 by the "Kefar Weradim Development Company" , a partnership of Mr. Werthiemer and "Kefar Weradim Residents Association". In 1993 the Ministry of the Interior made it a local council (which was formed in January 1994 with first elections in 1997). It has population of 5,000 (2003). Kefar Weradim is well known for its planing, combining beautiful houses with the natural habitat and in its high standard of living
Somehow, the emblem has no rose in it but it show a kid riding is bikes on a rainbow stretching from residential houses to public buildings, all with tree around them.
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Dov Gutterman, 23 April 2005