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Ain-Ebel is a small but beautiful village nestled in the southern hills of the Mountains of Lebanon. Because of its natural beauty and because of the Ain-Ebelians joie de vivre, the village is known as Arousset el Jnoub, the Bride of the South. Ain-Ebel enjoys beautiful four-season weather: warm comfortable summers, beautiful moderate springs and autumns, and cold, usually snowy winters. Ain-Ebel is known for its fine schools where students both Muslim and Christian from the entire region attend Saints-Curs, Saint Joseph or the Ain- Ebel public school. The village has a dispensary that is located in the school of Saints-Curs and was under the loyal and dedicated administration of the popular and dearly loved Sur Jean-D'Arc for decades. The dispensary is administered by local doctors and funded through the generosity of Caritas. Currently, a hospital owned by the Maronite Episcopate of Tyr and spearheaded by His Excellency Bishop Maroun Sader is being built with the help of multiple international charity societies to serve the entire caza of Bint-Jbeil. A houseware store, a flower shop, several fashion and pastry shops, supermarkets, auto repair, gas stations, and other stores provide services for Ain-Ebelians and inhabitants of the caza in general. Ain-Ebel also hosts a wireless cable (television) company, a regional office for one of Lebanon's premier cellular phone companies, and a local phone company. Local organizations such as The Sons & Daughters of Ain-Ebel and the Women's Club of Ain-Ebel and national ones such as the Scouts du Liban, the Knights of the Virgin, and Caritas provide cultural, environmental, social and charitable services throughout the year. Nightlife,especially in the summer, is very much alive. With three nightclubs and wedding parties, Ain-Ebel's nightlife is renowned in the region. Olives, almonds, chestnuts, pecans, grapes, figs, pomegranates, apples and other fruits are the main agricultural products of Ain-Ebel. The people of Ain-Ebel, like all Lebanese, are scattered throughout the world, such as Australia, Canada, the United Stated, Europe, South America, and the Gulf.
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