PHOTO GALLERY: Hanukkah celebration at Chabad House
Monday, December 26, 2011 | 11:23 p.m. CST;
updated 2:19 p.m. CST, Tuesday, December 27, 2011
The sixth day of Hanukkah was celebrated Sunday at an event at the Chabad House in Columbia.
Laura Narrol, left, and Channy Lapine, right, help Jordan Narrol, 10, make sand art during a Hanukkah celebration Sunday afternoon at Chabad House on East Brandon Road in Columbia. Lapine and her husband hosted the party at their home.
Attendees of a Hanukkah celebration make sand art Sunday afternoon at Chabad House on East Brandon Road in Columbia. The images they colored represent the Hanukkah holiday.
Avremi Lapine talks to the audience about the history of olive press and olive oil tradition, while Joel Narrol, 4, mimics him before Lapine starts the demonstration Sunday at Chabad House on East Brandon Road in Columbia.
Joel Narrol, left, puts olives into the bag, while his brother Jordan Narrol helps him holding the olive bowl during the olive press demonstration Sunday afternoon at Chabad House on East Brandon Road in Columbia.
Yossi Feintuch lights the sixth gas lamp on the menorah while he is singing the holiday songs in Hebrew along with the crowd during a Hanukkah celebration Sunday afternoon at Chabad House on East Brandon Road. Feintuch is the rabbi of the Reform Congregation in Columbia. The group gathered on the sixth day of Hanukkah.
Avremi Lapine, rabbi of the Orthodox Congregation in Columbia, speaks to his guests toward the end of a Hanukkah celebration Sunday afternoon at Chabad House on East Brandon Road. Lapine uses his home as Chabad House. He is one of two Jewish spiritual leaders in Columbia.
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