|Rabbi Shalom Harlig|
The first night of Hanukkah was heralded earlier this week in the streets of the Inland Valley with a parade of twenty-five Hummers equipped with electric menorahs lead by a vintage 1955 Buick CHP car.
The parade on Tuesday night not only was an announcement that the Jewish Festival of Lights had arrived. It was a public celebration and commemoration of freedom.
"Hanukkah is a universal message, not only for Jews but also
non-Jews," said Rabbi Sholom Harlig of Chabad of the Inland Empire, which
organized the event
|Rabbi Shalom Harlig and Gary Goltz|