Residents build menorahs at Home Depot of Milltown, hosted by Chabad of South Brunswick


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More than 200 participants created their own menorahs at Home Depot of Milltown on Dec. 8 in preparation of Hanukkah. Rabbi Levi Azimov of the Chabad of South Brunswick in North Brunswick and Joel Napchen of Home Depot coordinated the event for the seventh year. For more information about the upcoming events hosted by the Chabad, visit

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