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PHOTOS: Kicking off Thanksgivukkah

  • Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, lit the state's largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year on Wednesday, November 27, 2013, marking the first day of Hanukkah.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, lit the state's largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year on Wednesday, November 27, 2013, marking the first day of Hanukkah.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, prepares the service candle to light the state's largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year on Wednesday, November 27, 2013, marking the first day of Hanukkah. Thanksgivukkah, as it is being called, is the first time Hanukkah and Thanksgiving share a day since the 1880s – and it won't happen again in our lifetime.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, prepares the service candle to light the state's largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year on Wednesday, November 27, 2013, marking the first day of Hanukkah. Thanksgivukkah, as it is being called, is the first time Hanukkah and Thanksgiving share a day since the 1880s – and it won't happen again in our lifetime.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, lit the state's largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year on Wednesday, November 27, 2013, marking the first day of Hanukkah.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, prepares the service candle to light the state's largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year on Wednesday, November 27, 2013, marking the first day of Hanukkah. Thanksgivukkah, as it is being called, is the first time Hanukkah and Thanksgiving share a day since the 1880s – and it won't happen again in our lifetime.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

Rabbi Levi Krinsky, director of Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, lit the state’s largest menorah in front of the State House for the 25th year Wednesday, November 27, 2013.

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