Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Monsey Hannukah parade

Journal News:

MONSEY — More than 55 cars bedecked with large, handmade menorahs departed from Langeris Drive last night for the first-ever Hanukkah parade in Rockland County.
The procession was beginning a trip through Monsey, Viola and New Hempstead before heading south on the Palisades Interstate Parkway, and continuing on Route 303 in Orangeburg and Tappan. It ended at Closter Borough Hall in Closter, N.J., with a public menorah lighting.
"We're going out to celebrate the idea of good prevailing over evil — of Hanukkah," Levi Fuss, outreach coordinator at Yeshiva Menachem Mendel Lubavitch in Monsey, said. "We want to be able to invite everybody together in this happy celebration."...
posted by Yeshiva Orthodoxy
at 1:29 PM


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do they have a big menora lighting at the tomb of the last Rebbe (the unmessiah) ?

1:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Discuss the parade, Hannukah, Viola park, Chabad or anything to do with Monsey at

6:42 PM  

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