Ice menorah, parachutes filled with chocolate highlight menorah lighting in North Brunswick

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Members of the North Brunswick Fire Department dropped parachutes with dreidels and chocolate coins for all who attended the lighting of the menorah on Dec. 22 by the Chabad of South Brunswick at the Shoppes at North Brunswick. There was live music by the Baker Brothers, donut decorating, crafts and the kindling of an ice sculpture menorah.PHOTOS COURTESY OF RABBI LEVI AZIMOV
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Members of the North Brunswick Fire Department dropped parachutes with dreidels and chocolate coins for all who attended the lighting of the menorah on Dec. 22 by the Chabad of South Brunswick at the Shoppes at North Brunswick. There was live music by the Baker Brothers, donut decorating, crafts and the kindling of an ice sculpture menorah.PHOTOS COURTESY OF RABBI LEVI AZIMOV
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PHOTOS COURTESY OF RABBI LEVI AZIMOV

Members of the North Brunswick Fire Department dropped parachutes with dreidels and chocolate coins for all who attended the lighting of the menorah on Dec. 29 by the Chabad Jewish Center of South Brunswick at the Shoppes at North Brunswick. There was live music by the Baker Brothers, donut decorating, crafts and the kindling of an ice sculpture menorah.