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Don’t bet on losing a synagogue forever in Las Vegas (New Mexico)

On the first night of Chanukah, Rabbi Paul Citrin asked an assembly of 100 to exit their congregation into the darkness of night and 36 degree temperatures, to affix a mezuzzah to the building at 901 8th Street in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
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