For the 6th year, The Lincoln Place Shul and Beis Hamedrash in partnership with close friends, put together a nightly Chanuka Lighting in North Crown Heights, attended by hundreds of residents.
Hundreds of children and parents were thrilled to celebrate nightly a Public Menorah Lighting in North Crown Heights.
Despite the challenges of the times, neighbors and supporters came forward to host one of the seven outdoor Chanukah celebrations.
For the 6th year, The Lincoln Place Shul and Beis Hamedrash in partnership with close friends, put together a nightly Chanuka Lighting in North Crown Heights.
Every night during the Tzivos Hashem rally preceding the lighting, donuts, raffles, and personal prizes were generously given out to participants.
Parents and children alike were glad to take part in those events, as one mother said to the organizers “The Menorah lightings have been amazing and really spreading lights and lighting many faces each night of Chanukah”
Throughout Chanukah, kids enjoyed Canvass Painting, arts and craft, and other fun activities. The snow blizzard didn’t change the schedule, on the contrary, it was a unique enjoyment for all, turning the event into an “Alaska Style Lighting” and continuing the program indoors.
The Lincoln Place Shul would like to thank all those who made these beautiful events possible:
The Leviim Art Gallery/ Moshe Frank – 1st candle
The Allouche family – 3rd Candle
The Assayag family – 4th Candle
The Perlstein family – 5th Candle
Chocolatte Coffe Shop – 6th Candle
The Niyazov family – 7th Candle
The Nejar family – 8th Candle
Special thanks to Rabbi Yosi Michalashvili for his support as well as to the Krinsky family.
The Lincoln Place Shul and Beis Hamedrash is a vibrant shul located in North Crown Heights, lead by Rabbi Meyer Shushan.
The Shul hosts all three Tefilos as well as Shiurim and activities for Men Women and Children.
For more information and to be informed of future activities, please reach out to us at [email protected]
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