Info

ALABAMAJEWS

DOTHAN, AL - DECEMBER 4: Story about Lisa and Kenny Priddle, who one of several families who moved to Dothan, Ala. for $50,000. It was part of the Jewish Community Services Relocation Project to attract more Jews to the city in south Alabama.

Here, the Priddles, surrounded by balloons for Christmas, shop for treats for a Jewish menorah lighting later in the evening.

(Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The Washington Post)

Add to Lightbox Download
Filename
181204_wp_alabama_jews_0792.jpg
Copyright
Kevin D. Liles
Image Size
5604x3736 / 2.0MB
Contained in galleries
DOTHAN, AL - DECEMBER 4: Story about Lisa and Kenny Priddle, who one of several families who moved to Dothan, Ala. for $50,000. It was part of the Jewish Community Services Relocation Project to attract more Jews to the city in south Alabama. <br />
<br />
Here, the Priddles, surrounded by balloons for Christmas, shop for treats for a Jewish menorah lighting later in the evening.<br />
<br />
(Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The Washington Post)