Rabbi Shmuly Hecht tells the story of Chanukah to a small group of people at Piccadilly Mall on Thursday, Dec. 14. -image credit: Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer Rabbi Shmuly Hecht tells the story of Chanukah to a small group of people at Piccadilly Mall on Thursday, Dec. 14. -image credit: Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer

Light the Menorah

Salmon Arm receives a visit from Rabbi Shmuly Hecht

A small group gathered to hear Rabbi Shmuly Hecht tell the story of Chanukah and explain the traditions behind the menorah and the dreidel on Thursday, Dec. 14.

As Dec. 14 is the second day of Chanukah, the first three candles on the Menorah were lit.

Salmon Arm’s Mayor Nancy Cooper and Chris Pieper, the mayor of Armstrong attended the event.


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