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Madison Celebrates Chanukah With Menorah Lighting On Fifth Night

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MADISON, NJ -  Last night at 6p.m. on the fifth night of Chanukah a crowd gathered at the Madison train station to celebrate the holiday.

"We have seen the devastating headlines in the news of late," said Mayor Bob Conley as he addressed attendees. "Our hope is that we all celebrate together this holiday season and we will overcome all the tragedies in a peaceful way.  Happy Chanukah from the Borough of Madison."

 

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