Trust denies menorah, asks DHA to move Christmas tree off property (GA)

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is looking for a new location for its annual Light Up Dunwoody event.  DHA president Robert Wittenstein said the organization is moving the annual holiday festival because the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, which owns the property where the event has been held for more than a decade, would not agree to display a 6-foot menorah alongside the lighted Christmas tree.  “We felt those symbols should be displayed together,” Wittenstein said.   Read the article………..


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