At the American Friends of Lubavitch in DC, Rabbi Levi Shemtov and his staff are planning the lighting of the menorah on the White House lawn--one of the biggest and oldest public menorah lightings in the country. : Fotografía de noticias

At the American Friends of Lubavitch in DC, Rabbi Levi Shemtov and his staff are planning the lighting of the menorah on the White House lawn--one of the biggest and oldest public menorah lightings in the country.

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WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 5: At the American Friends of Lubavitch in DC, Rabbi Levi Shemtov and his staff are planning the lighting of the menorah on the White House lawn--one of the biggest and oldest public menorah lightings in the country. From left to right are Nechama Shemtov, Director of women and education issues at American Friends of Lubavitch, and program coordinators Mussie Kreiman, center and Mushky Tenenbaum. They are preparing items for the lighting. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 5: At the American Friends of Lubavitch in DC, Rabbi Levi Shemtov and his staff are planning the lighting of the menorah on the White House lawn--one of the biggest and oldest public menorah lightings in the country. From left to right are Nechama Shemtov, Director of women and education issues at American Friends of Lubavitch, and program coordinators Mussie Kreiman, center and Mushky Tenenbaum. They are preparing items for the lighting. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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