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Menorah Lighting Saturday

by Bobby Blair
December 5, 2012

Rabbi Kivman invites townspeople to Menorah Lighting on Saturday

Rabbi Mendy Kivman of the MetroWest Chabad Jewish Center invites townspeople to join in the lighting of the Menorah in front of Town Hall on Saturday December 8th at 6:30 pm.

Rabbi Kivman and David Robeson (right) on Wednesday night just after setting up the Menorah in front of town hall. There will be free coffee and hot cocoa, chocolate Chanukah coins and dreidels for the kids.

The Chabad website can be viewed here: www.GotChabad.com/Lights2012

 

 

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I go to the lighting almost every year. It's so nice that all peoples Jews and non-Jews alike, come together to light the menorah. Hanukkah is a warm holiday in such a cold time of year!

- Robert Nash | 12/5/12 10:13 PM

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