Dozens attend reopening of Hanukkah house in Mill Basin

Dozens lined up Wednesday night outside a Mill Basin home for the reopening of a Hanukkah-decorated house four years after almost being destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.



The family, students and faculty of Yeshivat BitaHon were on hand to light the Menorah at the reopening.



The Teitelbaum family makes all of the wooden decorations that adorn the home by hand, as hundreds of people and cars stop by each year.



The family says they will continue to decorate their home for as long as they can.


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