Charlie, left, and Johnny Dresdner, both 12, light the eight Hanukkah candles Sunday at their house in Auburn for Temple Shalom’s Hanukkah party, held for the second consecutive year over Zoom. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Rebbetzin Lisa Mayer, with her children Charlie and Johnny Dresdner and husband, Rabbi Sruli Dresdner, concludes a Zoom production Sunday of the Hanukkah play “Little Shmuntz Riding Hood,” written and directed by Mayer for Temple Shalom’s Hebrew schoolers. For the second consecutive year, the temple’s Hanukkah celebration has happened over Zoom. Mayer says over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the temple community has learned much about using Zoom. The play tells the original story of Little Shmuntz Riding Hood, who shares her abundance of latkes, a traditional potato pancake. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal


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