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Michigan Town Uses Good Deeds Photo for Their Art Menorah This Year

December 6, 2017

According to Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle, a Michigan town will be using photos of people doing good deeds within the community members to create this year’s Art Menorah. The event is to symbolize the light of goodness standing against the darkness of evil. The Art Menorah Lighting ceremony will take place 5-6:30 p.m. Dec. 14, 2017.

The project is being led by Rabbi Bentzion Geisinsky. “The idea of Hanukkah in general is that the power of a little bit of light can give out a lot of hope,” said Geisinsky. “The doing of good deeds can dispel a lot of darkness. So we are making a menorah made of people doing good deeds. Atop the photos will be the lamps. So not only are we bringing literal light to the world, but also showing the light of people as a force of good.”

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