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Yeshiva High School of the Twin Cities student Shaya Lazarus, 16, studies at the school last Wednesday. More than 30 boys live and learn at the Jewish school in Cottage Grove that will be forced to move if $650,000 can't be raised to purchase the building by Feb. 1.

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Hanukkah began at sundown last Friday, and on Sunday the Yeshiva High School of the Twin Cities held a quiet celebration marking the eight-day Jewish holiday.

It's the third Hanukkah the 36 students and handful of rabbis and teachers that comprise the Orthodox Jewish school have observed together at their 3-acre campus along Indahl Avenue.

Now, school officials hope and pray they'll get to celebrate a fourth.

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