’Tis the Season for Massive Dreidels

Chabad of Greater Somerset County can’t be bothered with any “little dreidels.”

The New Jersey Jewish center has just completed construction of its 18-footer, which sits in front of the center’s building, near the road. The structure, which is making its 11th annual appearance, doubles as a playhouse that children can enter.

“Menorahs are done a lot,” said Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, the center’s youth director. The dreidel “is part of the landscape. We’ve received a lot of warm feedback throughout the years.”

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