continued For those that didn’t have a menorah at home, smaller wooden versions were given out during the event and residents could read information about traditions that coincide with the holiday.
Zalman Simon said the event was meant to bring people together and he thinks it is the beginning of a larger event.
“We’re looking to grow in our catering of the community and try to spread the message of Hanukkah,” he said. “ A little bit of light can dispel much darkness, so one act of goodness is able to do a lot. Even though some people might think it’s insignificant, it’s not.”