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Chabad Jewish Center of Clark County sets drive-in menorah lighting for Hanukkah

By Erin Middlewood, Columbian Managing Editor for Content
Published: December 9, 2020, 6:01am

The Chabad Jewish Center of Clark County’s 18th annual menorah lighting will look different this year. Last year, the center lit a 19-foot-tall stainless steel menorah beneath Esther Short Park’s clock tower.

This year, due to pandemic precautions, the gathering will be a drive-in event at 6 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot across the street from the Clark County Historical Museum, 1511 Main St.

The program will feature a short video presentation on a pop-up movie screen, juggling and other entertainment, as well as the menorah lighting, said Rabbi Shmulik Greenberg, the event’s organizer.