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21 July 2012

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ROBERT ROWLAND

The cross is still lit during Christmas and Easter seasons.

Valerie J. Frey

Thanks, Robert. I didn't know.

ROBERT ROWLAND

You are welcome! Thank you, JourneyLeaf! Actually, while driving on San Pablo Avenue at night during this time of the year, it's quite a sight looking up to see the cross glowing above the community. I found it to be one of the most significant Christmas displays I viewed this year -- "a light shining in the darkness."

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