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Chanukah Annual Chabad motorcade brings Festival of Lights to Phoenix streets

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Posted: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 8:30 am

Every year in cities across the U.S., Chabad holds Chanukah parades featuring vehicles decorated with various kinds of menorahs.

The first such local menorah parade was held in Phoenix in 2011. Last year’s parade, organized by Chabad of Arizona, saw some 52 vehicles make the drive from Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza — a park in front of the Arizona state capitol, where a large public menorah is lit — through downtown Phoenix to the Chabad Lubavitch of Arizona regional headquarters.

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