… They shed a sweet light The first Chanukah candle is lit during Intown Chabad’s young adult lighting and after-party Saturday. | Photo: DallasFamilyPhoto Shawn Mash lights the menorah at NorthPark Center Sunday during Chabad of Dallas’ second night of Chanukah celebration. Chabad had a first-night lighting Saturday at the Galleria and a fifth-night event Wednesday at Central Market in Plano. A final-night lighting is set for 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Starbucks at Preston and Frankford roads. | Photo: Trevor Kobrin Beth-El Congregation member Ben Feld, a member of the Kids Who Care troupe and a freshman at the Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts, performs during the Kids Who Care “Freedom” show at the Fort Worth synagogue’s Chanukah dinner and celebration Saturday. | Photo: Amy Wolff Sorter Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, left, accepts a menorah made from bicycle chains from Congregation Ahavath Sholom Rabbi Andrew Bloom Saturday during the shul’s community Chanukah celebration. | Photo: Dave Sorter Chabad of Arlington’s “can-orah,” made of donated canned goods, was a popular sight at the Chabad’s second night of Chanukah event Sunday at Arlington City Hall. | Photo: Caryn FitzGeraldPost published:December 13, 2012Post category:FeaturedPost comments:0 Comments You Might Also Like Dallas Holocaust Museum breaks ground on new facility October 12, 2017 Shira Karp, 20, is healthy after 6 weeks in COVID-19 wilderness May 6, 2020 Rene Wisch | Aug. 18, 1922 – Nov. 1, 2010 November 11, 2010Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.