La Jolla Jewish community gathers for Grand Menorah Lighting Ceremony

Rabbi Baruch Ezagui

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Photos by Alicia Santistevan

Chabad of La Jolla and Charriol held their annual Grand Menorah Lighting Ceremony on Dec. 2 at 1227 Prospect St. The crowd that turned out partook of the music and sufganlot (jelly donuts) and enjoyed dancing, dreidels and arts and crafts as well as the annual Charriol Jewelry “throwout.”

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Dec 3, 2010. Filed under Featured Story, La Jolla Life, Life. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

4 Comments for “La Jolla Jewish community gathers for Grand Menorah Lighting Ceremony”

  1. Nate

    I love these guys! Thanks for lighting up our lives.

  2. sam

    The pictures dont do this event justice! Great Event! Great Atmosphere….Thank You Rabbi Ezagui for all you do for our community. rks bls

  3. roker

    the gantze zach mamosh rocks. good food, great dreidle, nice jewelry, fantastic Rabbi, lots of good spirit, how bout dem girls???? got any for me Rabbi. It's a bit lonely lately. SE

  4. john

    Why not change the name to the Grand Candelabra Lighting Celebration so that non-jews in La Jolla can feel welcome to get involved as well?

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