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Making Light in Naperville

NAPERVILLE, IL

Young and old from Naperville and surrounding areas turned up to participate at a lively Chanukah program held at the SciTech hands-on museum in Aurora, IL. The program began with a hands-on olive oil production giving children and adults the opportunity to press their own olive oil, which was then used to light the menorah at the party.

The program continued with an illuminating Chanukah science show performed by Dr. Ronen Mir, Executive Director of the museum

For the first time ever, a beautiful six-foot menorah graced the lobby of the Naperville City Hall. New Chabad-Lubavitch representatives to Naperville, Rabbi Wolowik and his wife Baily, have installed the menorah to the delight of the Naperville Jewish community.

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