The holiday season isn`t just about Christmas and New Year`s. The Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, began Friday at sundown. But that holiday`s celebrated by more than just Jews, since 50% of Jews marry non-Jews. Some of them choose to celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah, giving their families twice the traditions. The Matson family is one example. "Basically we decided there are more things in both religions that hold people together than keep them apart," said Charles Matson. He`s Methodist, his wife, JoAnne, is Jewish. The Matson`s say by celebrating both religions their kids will have richer traditions to keep later in their lives.