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Why Chabad Forsyth dropped chocolate gold coins at annual menorah lighting

With the help of the Forsyth County Fire Department, on Tuesday the community of Congregation Beth Israel and Chabad Forsyth made it rain gold. Chocolate gold, that is.

Forsyth News | Thursday, December 6, 2018

Harford Chabad celebrates Hanukkah with celebrations big and small

A 6-foot Lego-style menorah and a “latkes and vodkas” event were among the ways Harford Chabad greeted Hannukah. Hannukah, of the Festival of Lights, started Dec. 2 and...

Baltimore Sun | Thursday, December 6, 2018

Hanukkah celebration in Boxford blends faith, education, humor

It was latkes, sufganiyot, dancing and singing all around last night at a Hanukkah celebration at the Boxford Police Station. Chief James Riter and Rabbi Asher Bronstein, of Chabad...

Wicked Local | Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Chabad of La Jolla ushers in Hanukkah at The LOT

“Hanukkah is a holiday of quality over quantity,” Ezagui announced. “We Jews have never been in the biggest numbers as far as population. Our number and our journey...

La Jolla Light | Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Going the Extra Mile, Charity Prepares 'Ethnically Tasteful' Food Packages for Israel’s Hungry Citizens

“Prior to the founding of the State of Israel in 1948, the Jewish people were dispersed all over the world,” explained Rabbi Shmuel Lipsker, administrator for Colel Chabad,...

Breaking Israel News | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Chabad of Eugene honors Jewish Festival of Lights at public celebration Monday at Valley River Center

The salty-sweet smell of hot, fried potato latkes and doughnuts lingered in the air as a large, festive crowd gathered in front of a 9-foot tall menorah in a northeast wing of...

Register Guard | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Chanukah and menorah parade brings light to Pittsburgh

They were 125 strong—cars, vans, SUVs—with a menorah attached to the top of the vehicles, headed from Squirrel Hill to the Waterfront in Homestead.

Trib Live | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Chabad and Hillel convene for shared dinner at ‘Shabbat United’

On Friday evening, Chabad at Brandeis and Hillel at Brandeis — two Jewish organizations on campus that usually conduct separate Shabbat dinners — held a joint Shabbat...

The Justice | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Gumball-dispensing menorah brings Chanukah cheer to Penn

The world’s first-ever gumball-dispensing menorah towered over the Button as a crowd of students, faculty, and Philadelphia residents gathered in front of Van Pelt Library to...

Daily Pennsylvanian | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Harvard Chabad Menorah Knocked Over on First Night of Hanukkah

The Chabad House at Harvard’s menorah was knocked over on Sunday, the first night of Hanukkah, an incident that is reportedly being investigated as a hate crime.

Jewish Journal | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

MU Chabad hosts menorah lighting for Hanukkah

Chabad at MU hosted a menorah lighting for Hanukkah on Monday at the MU Student Center. Chancellor Alexander Cartwright lit the first candle and then the next two candles were lit....

Missourian | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Pensacola's first Chabad Jewish Center celebrates Hanukkah, welcomes all

You don't really understand what Hanukkah is all about? Just ask, said Rabbi Mendel Danow of the newly formed Pensacola Chabad Jewish Center, a part of the Orthodox Jewish Hasidic...

Pensacola News Journal | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Swiss Chabad Synagogue Attacked in Anti-Semitic Incident

The window of synagogue in Basel, Switzerland was smashed by a hammer this past Sabbath, according to a report posted on the BZ Basel news website.

Jewish Press | Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Rochester hosts menorah lighting at City Hall

The eight-day festival of lights celebrates the miracle of a one-day supply of lamp oil that burned for eight days in the temple. Chabad Lubavitch sponsored the event at City Hall.

13wham | Monday, December 3, 2018

As Hanukkah begins, menorah building in Deerfield connects the generations

Children had the opportunity to light the first candle the same day they built their menorah to begin the celebration of the eight-day festival designed to bring more light into the...

Chicago Tribune | Monday, December 3, 2018

‘Pa.’s menorah will shine brighter this year’: rabbi, at Pa. Capitol Hanukkah celebration

A large crowd of adults and children filled Pennsylvania Capitol’s East Wing Rotunda on Monday to celebrate the lighting of Pennsylvania’s menorah and to honor the memory...

Penn Live | Monday, December 3, 2018

Miami's Chabad to build menorah out of cans to help stock Oxford Food Pantry

A menorah can be made out of just about anything, including food cans. Miami students will build a “CANorah” beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Phi Delt Gates...

Miami University | Monday, December 3, 2018

Rebbetzin Creates Jewish Holiday Books for Kids

Dassie Prus, co-director of Chabad Lubavitch of Doylestown, wrote If the Candles Could Speak to meet the need she saw for children’s books that told the Chanukah story.

Jewish Exponent | Sunday, December 2, 2018

Photos: Hanukkah village celebration in Irvington

Chabad of the Rivertowns transformed Irvington into a Hanukkah village with activities for families Dec 2, 2018 before the first evening of Hanukkah.

lohud | Sunday, December 2, 2018

Chabad Sponsors Book Drive

Chabad at Oberlin College Student Group is hosting “People of the Book Project: Bringing Books into Prison” through Sunday, Dec. 2. The group is seeking gently used books...

Oberlin Review | Friday, November 30, 2018

Couple brings Chabad Jewish center to Shelton

With the celebration of Hanukkah nearing, Jews in the Shelton and Monroe area can now rejoice right in their own city. Rabbi Shneur Brook and his wife, Leah, natives of the Crown...

Shelton Herald | Friday, November 30, 2018

After a battle to be the ‘world’s largest,’ two NYC menorahs continue to spread light

n the mid-1970s, former Chabad Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson encouraged his emissaries to build public menorahs in major cities and organize nightly lightings to increase public...

6sqft.com | Friday, November 30, 2018

The rabbis using social media to reach Russians with a dormant Jewish heritage

In Russia, a rabbi is expected to be like the country: conservative, respectable and traditional. But a few pioneers have been bucking the trend in recent years by using social media...

Jewish Chronicle | Friday, November 30, 2018

Synagogue builds hockey stick menorah to celebrate Hanukkah, Capitals’ Stanley Cup victory

The Chabad synagogue in Olney, Md., of which Gittleson is a member has a tradition of constructing a large themed menorah each year and lighting it in one of the Montgomery County...

Washington Post | Friday, November 30, 2018

A Giant Menorah Makes its Way to City Park

For the last 10 years, Chabad of Olympia Jewish Center has done a giant menorah lighting at Sylvester Park in Olympia, but this year, the menorah is coming to Yelm. “For the...

Yelm Online | Thursday, November 29, 2018