125 menorahs with 25 million viewers
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125 menorahs with 25 million viewers

On the George Washington Bridge, from left, Ken Sagrestano, deputy manager, GW Bridge & Bus Terminal; Mendel Kanelsky; Bob Durando, general manager, GW Bridge & Bus Station; Stan and Yelena Gutkin, menorah co-sponsors; Bonnie Srolovits and Michael Berkowicz, menorah designers; Rabbi Mordechai and Shterney Kanelsky, Bris Avrohom executive and associate director; their grandson Mendel; their son Zalmy; and menorah co-sponsors Vlad and Tanya German and family. (Courtesy Bris Avrohom)
On the George Washington Bridge, from left, Ken Sagrestano, deputy manager, GW Bridge & Bus Terminal; Mendel Kanelsky; Bob Durando, general manager, GW Bridge & Bus Station; Stan and Yelena Gutkin, menorah co-sponsors; Bonnie Srolovits and Michael Berkowicz, menorah designers; Rabbi Mordechai and Shterney Kanelsky, Bris Avrohom executive and associate director; their grandson Mendel; their son Zalmy; and menorah co-sponsors Vlad and Tanya German and family. (Courtesy Bris Avrohom)

This year, Bris Avrohom placed 125 menorahs in such places as in five local airports, all the Port Authority New York and New Jersey crossings, at the 42nd Street and George Washington Bridge bus terminals, at more than a dozen city halls, at Jersey Gardens Mall in Elizabeth, and at New Jersey Transit’s New York Penn Station terminal. In addition, more than 10,000 bilingual brochures were distributed, along with 3,000 donuts, and hundreds of Chanukah kits with menorahs, candles, and dreidels.

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