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Hanukkah welcomed

Rabbi Falik Schtroks (above) joins White Rock and Surrey elected officials and local families at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre Dec. 9 in lighting the Menorah on the first day of Hanukkah. Below, Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts speaks, flanked by White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin (right) and White Rock Couns. Bill Lawrence (second from left) and Larry Robinson. - Contributed photos
Rabbi Falik Schtroks (above) joins White Rock and Surrey elected officials and local families at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre Dec. 9 in lighting the Menorah on the first day of Hanukkah. Below, Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts speaks, flanked by White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin (right) and White Rock Couns. Bill Lawrence (second from left) and Larry Robinson.
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Rabbi Falik Schtroks – the director of the Centre For Judaism of The Lower Fraser Valley near Crescent Park – joined elected officials from Surrey and White Rock and local families at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre Dec. 9 in lighting the Menorah on the first day of Hanukkah.

Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts, White Rock Mayor Wayne Baldwin and White Rock Couns. Bill Lawrence and Larry Robinson attended.

Hanukkah

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