Lebanon Reporter

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November 30, 2012

Uplifting work

Lebanon — From left, Chad Kennedy and Ben Spiegel, of Moss Glass, install one of the stained glass windows inside St. Joseph Catholic Church Thursday afternoon. The windows are from the former church building and have been restored and re-installed. Job Superintendent Jeff Pratt, of RL Turner, said they are on schedule to be finished in a couple of weeks, in time for the dedication service on Dec. 16. A public open house and prayer service is tentatively scheduled for Feb. 2. Demolition of the former building began last January.

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