Schwarzenegger to Californians: Reflect on Hannuka's 'message of light'

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December 11, 2009 23:38


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California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and local Jewish leaders joined the Chabad of Sacramento in celebrating Hannuka at the Annual Capitol Menorah Lighting Ceremony on Friday evening. "As we light this menorah today, I encourage all Californians to reflect on its message of light, hope and freedom and to share that message with others," said Schwarzenegger. "Especially in these difficult times, it is important that this season be one of thankfulness for what we do have and marked by generosity for those who are less fortunate." Following the ceremony, the guests participated in a Disney-sponsored toy drive for children in need.

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