Congregation Beth Am Menorah Lighting Ceremony held at Del Mar Highlands Town Center

Congregation Beth Am Hanukkah lighting

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The Congregation Beth Am Menorah Lighting Ceremony was held at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center on Dec. 1. Attendees joined Rabbi David Kornberg and the Beth Am Choir for the lighting of the 5th night candle on the Hanukkah while the Beth Am Choir sang Hanukkah songs.

Look for photos in the next issue (Dec. 12) of the Holiday Celebration with Santa event held Dec. 4 (after presstime) at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center.

Photos/Jon Clark.

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  2. Del Mar Highlands Town Center celebrates holidays
  3. Del Mar Highlands Town Center to hold holiday events, check presentation to Fire Rescue Foundation, local schools
  4. Congregation Beth Am Choir at the Carmel Valley Library on Nov. 27
  5. Congregation Beth Am Labor Day Picnic

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