Chanukah Sameach

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Husband, father, information security professional and avid photographer living at the junction of Montgomery Township, Rocky Hill and Princeton Township, New Jersey.

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2 responses on “Chanukah Sameach”

  1. Chag Sameach to all who celebrate the Festival of Lights. Good Yule, Blessed Solstice, Merry/Happy Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, and any other seasonal greetings and blessings to those who celebrate at this time of year.

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