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Twenty years ago — 1992

September 9, 2012
The OBSERVER

New hard maple doors with stained glass windows were installed recently in the St. Rose of Lima Church in Forestville. Carl and Connie Cain put the finishing touches on the doors. The project included work by parishioners Perry Lee and Chuck Hinckley, who rubbed down and stained the doors. The Rev. Gerald Sheehan, Georgie Hinckley, Walter Waligora and Helen and Perry Lee served on the committee to design and match the new stained glass to the originals installed in the parish 82 years ago.

 
 

 

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