Pittsburgh ‘Menorah Parade’ lights up the city | TribLIVE.com

There was no festival, short ceremony or lighting of the menorah because of state officials limiting outdoor gatherings to 50 people through Jan. 4.

On Tuesday, attendees remained in their cars.

They drove past Charles Morris and then exited the site. As they drove away, a juggler performed.

Rabbi Eli Wilansky of Greenfield, a mashgiach and dietary supervisor food and nutrition for the Jewish Association on Aging, brought his children Shmulik, Nechama and Yaakov to be part of the parade.

“It is so important that we did this, especially this year,” said Wilansky. “Covid time has prevented a lot of things from happening, but we wanted to bring Hanukkah to the streets of Pittsburgh. Our menorahs bring light to the darkness, and we’ve had a lot of darkness in 2020. Hanukkah is the festival of lights and it is so needed this time of year.”

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