South Jersey's Largest Menorah in Vineland for Hanukkah Celebration

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VINELAND, N.J. -

South Jersey's largest menorah is returning to downtown Vineland to celebrate Hanukkah.

On Wednesday, December 5th, at 6 p.m. the Jewish Federation of Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties will be holding a very special Hanukkah celebration with the lighting of the outdoor menorah located on the 600 block of Landis Avenue.

Event festivities also include songs, dancing, and refreshments.

The menorah was constructed by Kane Steel of Millville, in 1994 and has been a fixture over the years at various Vineland locations for Hanukkah before finding its way to the Landis Avenue location three years ago.

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