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Photo Gallery: Surfboard menorah in Laguna Beach

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Eight short surfboards and one longboard make up a menorah installed at Main Beach by Chabad Jewish Center of Laguna Beach at festivities Sunday to celebrate the beginning of Hanukkah, the eight-night Jewish Festival of Lights.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Brandon and Brandy Rosenberg and daughter Eden, 9, of Laguna Beach hang out Sunday in front of a surfboard menorah at Laguna’s Main Beach presented by Chabad Jewish Center of Laguna Beach. Hanukkah, the eight-night Jewish Festival of Lights, began Sunday night.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Ava, 10, left, and Eden Rosenberg, 9, of Laguna Beach decorate Hanukkah cookies during a celebration of the beginning of the eight-night holiday on Sunday at Main Beach in Laguna.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Laguna Beach residents Vanessa Gee, left, and Elizabeth Guido dance in front of a surfboard menorah presented by Chabad Jewish Center of Laguna Beach on Sunday at Laguna’s Main Beach to celebrate Hanukkah.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Eden Rosenberg, 9, of Laguna Beach works on a Hanukkah-themed coloring book during a celebration  of the beginning of Hanukkah on Sunday at Main Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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