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Chabad Updates
Chanukah - the festival of lights
Tuesday December 12th - Wednesday December 20th
Chanuka Public Menorah Lighting
At Lanihau Center on Palani Rd near Famous Footwear
Thursday 12/14/17 5:00 PM
Latkes, Donuts, Crafts, Music...
Chanuka Party in Kona - Tuesday, December 12th 2017 5:00-6:30PM
Please contact us to RSVP - free of charge
Chanuka Party in Pahoa
Chanuka Party in Pahoa - Monday, December 18th 2017 4:00PM
15-2774 Aholehole Street
Pahoa, HI 96778
Free of...
Daily Thought
We all know the power of darkness—it is in the news every day. A thousand times over is the power of light. A busy person stopping to do an act of kindness, a small child reaching up to kiss the mezuzah on the door of her room, a flickering candle for Shabbat or Chanukah—each of these are as bursts of light in the nighttime sky. True, they rarely appear in the daily news. But the darkness of yesterday’s news will pass like the shadows of clouds on a windy day. Light endures...
Candle Lighting Times