Chabad Decatur holds Ice Menorah Lighting in Avondale Estates

Posted by Decaturish.com December 5, 2018

Chabad Decatur, a Jewish Community Center in Decatur, celebrated Chanukah on Dec. 4 with an Ice Menorah lighting in Avondale Estates.

The event featured a chocolate gelt drop, hot cocoa and donuts, music, and light up gifts for everyone who attended.

Ori Goode, 6, of Decatur, makes a menorah at the Ice Menorah celebration to celebrate the third night of Chanukah on December 4, 2018. The free event is sponsored by Chabad Decatur and hosted by the City of Avondale Estates which featured a 6 foot ice menorah, chocolate gelt, music, donuts and hot cocoa. Chabad Decatur was started in August 2018 to create a community for Jewish life which welcoming all residents of Decatur and Avondale. Photo by Rebecca Breyer

Chaya Slavaticki, 3, of Decatur, stands by the 6-foot ice menorah at the Ice Menorah Celebration to celebrate the third night of Chanukah on December 4, 2018. The free event is sponsored by Chabad Decatur and hosted by the City of Avondale Estates which featured a 6 foot ice menorah, chocolate gelt, music, donuts and hot cocoa. Chabad Decatur was started in August 2018 to create a community for Jewish life which welcoming all residents of Decatur and Avondale. Photo by Rebecca Breyer

Emma Bramley, 4, of Avondale Estates, hugs the inflatable menorah at the Ice Menorah Celebration to celebrate the third night of Chanukah on December 4, 2018. The free event is sponsored by Chabad Decatur and hosted by the City of Avondale Estates which featured a 6-foot ice menorah, chocolate gelt, music, donuts and hot cocoa. Chabad Decatur was started in August 2018 to create a community for Jewish life which welcoming all residents of Decatur and Avondale. Photo by Rebecca Breyer

Rabbi Avremi Slavaticki lights the 6-foot ice menorah at the Ice Menorah Celebration to celebrate the third night of Chanukah on December 4, 2018. The free event is sponsored by Chabad Decatur and hosted by the City of Avondale Estates which featured a 6-foot ice menorah, chocolate gelt, music, donuts and hot cocoa. Chabad Decatur was started in August 2018 to create a community for Jewish life which welcoming all residents of Decatur and Avondale. Photo by Rebecca Breyer

The children all await to catch the chocolate gelt at the Ice Menorah Celebration to celebrate the third night of Chanukah on December 4, 2018. The free event is sponsored by Chabad Decatur and hosted by the City of Avondale Estates which featured a 6-foot ice menorah, chocolate gelt, music, donuts and hot cocoa. Chabad Decatur was started in August 2018 to create a community for Jewish life which welcoming all residents of Decatur and Avondale. Photo by Rebecca Breyer

The children catch chocolate gelt at the Ice Menorah Celebration to celebrate the third night of Chanukah on December 4, 2018. The free event is sponsored by Chabad Decatur and hosted by the City of Avondale Estates which featured a 6-foot ice menorah, chocolate gelt, music, donuts and hot cocoa. Chabad Decatur was started in August 2018 to create a community for Jewish life which welcoming all residents of Decatur and Avondale. Photo by Rebecca Breyer

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