This beautiful building was established in the western neighbourhood of Kamaneh, in a designated area of public buildings which includes the elementary school and a kindergarten.
The Ministry of Construction and Housing partnered the Clore Israel Foundation in this project. The site overlooks all of Mt. Camoun, with a superb view of the Upper Galilee to the north and of the valleys extending from the Sea of Galilee to the Mediterranean Sea. An amphitheatre will host events for the residents of the village. The building was dedicated in November 2008, in the presence of the Chairman and Trustees of the Clore Israel Foundation, and Mayor Ron Shani.
The Clore Centre provides a host of daytime and after-school activities run by the Misgav Regional Community Centre. The local village committee operates from a room in the centre, and plays an active role in maintaining and utilising the facility. A health clinic is operated by the Clalit Health Fund, in the wing that houses the well-baby clinic, and serves the residents of two Jewish communities on Mt. Camoun, in addition to the Bedouin residents of Kamaneh. The council’s welfare department finances ongoing operation of the facility. Health programmes (such as the well-baby clinic) are funded by the Ministry of Health, welfare programmes by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services, and community centre programmes by the Ministry of Education.