Seven Foot LEGO Menorah Built For Last Day of Hanukkah

On December 4th, 2013, the last day of Hanukkah, one of our Play-Well Staffer, Jared Brems, helped a group of children at Camp Gan Izzy of Camarillo built a 7-foot LEGO Menorah.  Over 4000 LEGO pieces were used to create the seven foot tall LEGO Menorah.  Here are some of the pictures from the event.  Some of the photos were taken by the Ventura County Start Newspaper.

KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR Yakov Lang has the honor of lighting the large menorah made of Legos on Wednesday, the day of his eighth birthday at Constitution Park in Camarillo on Wednesday. Read more: http://www.vcstar.com/photos/galleries/2013/dec/04/lego-menorah/#ixzz2ovZ4QGJV  - vcstar.com

PHOTO BY KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR
Yakov Lang has the honor of lighting the large menorah made of Legos on Wednesday, the day of his eighth birthday at Constitution Park in Camarillo on Wednesday.

The design created for the middle of the Menorah.

The design created for the middle of the Menorah.

Photo By Ventura County Star KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR Abijah Anthony looks up toward the stage while making significant strides in his contribution to the Lego menorah in Camarillo.

PHOTO BY KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR
Abijah Anthony looks up toward the stage while making significant strides in his contribution to the Lego menorah in Camarillo.

PHOTO BY KAREN QUINCY LOBERG KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR Jared Brems with Play-Well TEKnologies helps place the branches of the menorah made of about 4,000 Legos on Wednesday at Constitution Park.

PHOTO BY KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR
Jared Brems with Play-Well TEKnologies helps place the branches of the menorah made of about 4,000 Legos on Wednesday at Constitution Park.

Here was the final result:

The Final Result.  A Seven Foot LEGO Menorah made up of 4000 LEGO pieces.

The Final Result. A Seven Foot LEGO Menorah made up of 4000 LEGO pieces.

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