Hanukkah at 32 Division

By Sergeant Lawrence Sager,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 12:25 p.m. December 2, 2015
Updated: 4:19 p.m. December 7, 2015

The community is being welcomed to 32 Division station to mark the first night of Hanukkah with the lighting of a menorah and open house for the community.

A poster images of children, police officers, a police car reading: Chanukah at the police station. Sunday December 6, 2015. 5 p.m. Grand Menorah lighting at 32 Division 30 Ellerslie Ave. Toronto On. Join the Toronto Police and visit the 32 Division police station, climb inside a police car, sit on a police motorcycle, see police in uniform, police horses, canine unit and police equipment. Menorah lighting, music, Chanukah craft, delicious latkes and donuts. Fun for the whole family.
A menorah lighting and community party is being held at 32 Division station to mark the first night of Chanukah

The fourth annual event begins at 5 p.m. with the lighting of a six-foot menorah out front of 32 Division station at 30 Ellerslie Ave. in North York.

After the lighting of the menorah, guests will be welcomed into 32 Division station to meet officers and check out the motorcycles and cars they use on the job. There will also be Mounted Unit horses and a Police Dog Services officer and police dog.

There will be music, Chanukah crafts and latkes and doughnuts served as part of the family-oriented celebration.

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