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Colorful celebration

Legos help tell story of Hanukkah

Crafts, food part of Chabad event

A Lego Menorah being built at the 7th annual Hanukkah celebration at Clifton Park Chabad at Clifton Park Center on Sunday, December 9, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A Lego Menorah being built at the 7th annual Hanukkah celebration at Clifton Park Chabad at Clifton Park Center on Sunday, December 9, 2012.
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The tradition of Hanukkah was brought to life Sunday with the help of Legos. The second night of Hanukkah was celebrated by the Clifton Park Chabad at one of the Clifton Park Center outdoor storefronts, which stood out from the other shops because of the dreidel, menorah and Star of David decals on the windows. Inside, people prepared food, children made craft projects and a Lego menorah was assembled. Rabbi Yossi Rubin of the Clifton ...


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