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  • ‘Religious freedom is an important right' Menorah lit in Government Center

    A 10 foot public Hanukkah menorah was erected and lit within the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Center by Rabbi Shlomo Litvin of Chabad of The Bluegrass, to start the 1st night of Hanukkah and to symbolizing the message of religious freedom.

‘Religious freedom is an important right' Menorah lit in Government Center

A 10 foot public Hanukkah menorah was erected and lit within the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Center by Rabbi Shlomo Litvin of Chabad of The Bluegrass, to start the 1st night of Hanukkah and to symbolizing the message of religious freedom.
Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com