(Leawood, Kan.) The second night of Hanukkah fell on Thanksgiving in a rare convergence this year. Many Jewish families ate turkey and then lit the menorah, a nine-branched candelabra.

READ: ¬†“Thanksgiving and Hanukkah converge on ‘Thanksgivukkah’ for the first time since 1888.”

Quentin Wise lights a candle on the menorah for the second night of Hanukkah, also Thanksgiving, with his family in Leawood, Kan. on Thursday (Nov. 28). RNS photo by Sally Morrow

Quentin Wise lights a candle on the menorah for the second night of Hanukkah, also Thanksgiving, with his family in Leawood, Kan. on Thursday (Nov. 28). RNS photo by Sally Morrow


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Sally Morrow

Sally Morrow

Sally Morrow joined Religion News Service in March 2012 as Photo/Multimedia Editor. She is a photographer and editor based in Kansas City, Mo. Morrow has worked as a multimedia editor and photographer at Newsday, The Des Moines Register, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

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