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Chanukah Photo Feature

LUBAVITCH HEADQUARTERS, NY

Chabad reaches millions with the light and warmth of Chanukah as thousands of menorahs illuminate public spaces in cities and towns nationwide and around the world. From the frosty regions of Siberia to the tropical warmth of Florida, thousands–adults and children–turn out to participate in the festivities of their respective Chabad community menorah lightings, with traditional Chanukah songs, donuts and latkes, chanukah gelt and dreidel games. Click on the photo to view slideshow.

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