A musical menorah

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Steven Arlen, of Aiken, and his daughter Mia, 11, demonstrate their homemade xylophone menorah at Sunday's annual Jewish Community Hanukkah Latke and Salmon Dinner. Arlen and his daughters made the menorah from a xylophone and pieces of an old menorah and won the "Most Unusual" award in the menorah competition.
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Steven Arlen, of Aiken, and his daughter Mia, 11, prepare to demonstrate their homemade xylophone menorah during the annual Jewish Community Chanukah Latke and Salmon Dinner on Sunday. Arlen and his daughters made the menorah from a xylophone and pieces of an old menorah and won the "Most Unusual" award in the menorah competition.  Emily Rose Bennett/Staff
Emily Rose Bennett/Staff
Steven Arlen, of Aiken, and his daughter Mia, 11, prepare to demonstrate their homemade xylophone menorah during the annual Jewish Community Chanukah Latke and Salmon Dinner on Sunday. Arlen and his daughters made the menorah from a xylophone and pieces of an old menorah and won the "Most Unusual" award in the menorah competition.
 
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