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December 18, 2015  RSS feed
Culture

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Hanukkah around town

Chabad of Clearwater


Jewish Press co-owner Karen Dawkins, who judged the kid’s menorah contest, stands with Ophir Pazz, grand prize winner for his Kotel menorah. Ophir’s sister, Addi, was the runner-up with her cake pop menorah, which can also be seen in the photo. Jewish Press co-owner Karen Dawkins, who judged the kid’s menorah contest, stands with Ophir Pazz, grand prize winner for his Kotel menorah. Ophir’s sister, Addi, was the runner-up with her cake pop menorah, which can also be seen in the photo. Chabad of Clearwater’s Hanukkah celebrations included display of a 44-foot-long menorah at the Chabad Center and a festive family party at Clearwater Beach that featured a giant marshmallow menorah, a menorah building contest for kids, music and plenty of jelly doughnuts and latkes. A large crowd gathered for the family Hanukkah party on Clearwater Beach.



The Hodakov family and members of the community gather at the 44-foot-long menorah at the Chabad Center for the first night of Hanukkah lighting event. The Hodakov family and members of the community gather at the 44-foot-long menorah at the Chabad Center for the first night of Hanukkah lighting event.

Folks enjoyed the refreshments offered at the Chabad of Clearwater’s Hanukkah celebration on the beach. Folks enjoyed the refreshments offered at the Chabad of Clearwater’s Hanukkah celebration on the beach.

Sam and Wendy Hutkin with their twin babies in front of the marshmallow menorah. 
Photos by Bob Colmer Sam and Wendy Hutkin with their twin babies in front of the marshmallow menorah. Photos by Bob Colmer

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