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November 29, 1991 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-29

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Mai the world
celebrate Chanukah
together on
December 1st.

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Don't miss "Chanukah Live" as simultaneous
satellite broadcast joins Jews from all over
the world together in one, joyous family
celebration.

Be inspired as millions gather "to see and
be seen" by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson, shlita, and hear
his Chanukah address.

Be moved as they stand together united
across the continents to sing, dance, light
the Menorahs and recite the blessings.

Be there as it happens—from the Lubavitch
World Headquarters in New York to the
Western Wall in Jerusalem, the Great Hall
of the Kremlin in Moscow, the Eiffel Tower
in Paris and around the world from Milan
to Hong Kong and Melbourne.

Bring the light and joy of Chanukah into
your home. Gather family and friends to
watch "Chanukah Live" on December 1st,
as you add your light to the worldwide
"miracle of lights."

LOCAL BROADCAST
DETROIT, FLINT, ANN ARBOR, TOLEDO
WTVN CHANNEL 56 (PBS)
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1991
4:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.

LUBAVITCH FOUNDATION OF MICHIGAN
(313) 737-7000

For information, call Chabad-Lubavitch:

1-800-LUBAVITCH

A PROJECT Or AMERICAN FRIENDS OF LUBAVITCH

Sponsored by: Friends of Lubavitch

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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