Chabad of Coral Springs Wants Your Menorah-Lighting Photos for Video Montage

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Sol Rosenheck, a Holocaust survivor with his family and members of Nechama Gutman’s family last Chanukah.

By Tim Priester

This year, when setting up the menorah, set up the camera too because Chabad of Coral Springs is creating a video montage and inviting others to participate.

In Hebrew, Chanukah means tradition and begins at sunset on Thursday, December 10. It is an eight-day celebration ending Friday, December 18.

Chanukah commemorates Judah Maccabee and others who drove the Greeks from Jerusalem during the second century B.C.E. The miracle occurred when the Second Temple was being redirected. However, there was only enough sacred oil to keep the menorah’s candles burning for a single day, yet the flames continued for eight nights until new oil was prepared based on rituals.

Photos of a menorah lighting, which can include those from last year, should be submitted by December 12 and sent to or sent via messenger to their Facebook page.

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Tim Priester

Tim Priester
Prior to moving to Coral Springs and being promoted to a stay-at-home dad of three lovely children, Tim Priester was a TESOL and writing instructor at both the college and elementary school level. His passion for writing has meant being featured in both online and print media.

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