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December 30, 2008 | 11:18 pmMilken JCC Seeking Bids to Reopen Pool
More than 300 people attending the annual candle-lighting and Chanukah celebration at the JCC at Milken on Dec. 22 witnessed what many consider an extra miracle: the announcement that the JCC is seeking bids on the work necessary to reopen its...