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Thursday, December 22, 2011
Come To Our Annual Hanukkah Lighting Ceremony Today!


A reminder for our friends and neighbors: Join us in our lobby at 4:30pm today, tomorrow and next week for our Annual Hanukkah Lighting ceremony. It really is a great time and Karina and Rebecca know how to sing and have fun! AND… we end the celebration with Hanukkah chocolate gelt candies!

For more Hanukkah fun, you can come to our Hanukkah Dinner with Karina and Rebecca on December 23.

Related: How do re-emerging Jewish communities around the world celebrate Hanukkah? 92nd Street Y Resource Center for Jewish Diversity partner Shavei Israel made an awesome video to show you.

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