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Celebrating the Epiphany in Monroe

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    Slug: NBRN luminaria13p Date: 01062010 Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: Sean Kazmierski, 12, and other members of Boy Scout Troop 502, place luminarias around Trinity Lutheran Church as residents in the historic Old Village Plat neighborhood light luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night or the feast of the Epiphany, Wednesday, 01062009. Summary.

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  • Celebrating-the-Epiphany-in-Monroe

    Slug: NBRN luminaria13p Date: 01062010 Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: A luminary is lit in front of Trinity Lutheran Church as residents in the historic Old Village Plat neighborhood light luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night or the feast of the Epiphany, Wednesday, 01062009. Summary.

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    Slug: NBRN luminaria13p Date: 01062010 Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: Nanette Frost and her nephew Clint Frost, 10, light luminarias around her house at 205 E. Third Street as residents in the historic Old Village Plat neighborhood light luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night or the feast of the Epiphany, Wednesday, 01062009. Summary.

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Slug: NBRN luminaria13p Date: 01062010 Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: A luminary is lit in front of Trinity Lutheran Church as residents in the historic Old Village Plat neighborhood light luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night or the feast of the Epiphany, Wednesday, 01062009. Summary.

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A luminaria stands in front of Trinity Lutheran Church in Monroe's Old Village Plat neighborhood during a recent event in which residents lit luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night of the feast of the Epiphany. The Old Village Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 6, 1982. The area is commonly referred to as the downtown area and is the oldest settled area in Monroe, dating to 1817 when it was first platted. Some of the oldest surviving buildings in this district date to 1830.


Celebrating-the-Epiphany-in-Monroe-2

Slug: NBRN luminaria13p Date: 01062010 Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: Sean Kazmierski, 12, and other members of Boy Scout Troop 502, place luminarias around Trinity Lutheran Church as residents in the historic Old Village Plat neighborhood light luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night or the feast of the Epiphany, Wednesday, 01062009. Summary.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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Sean Kazmierski, 12, and other members of Boy Scout Troop 502 place luminarias.


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Slug: NBRN luminaria13p Date: 01062010 Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: Nanette Frost and her nephew Clint Frost, 10, light luminarias around her house at 205 E. Third Street as residents in the historic Old Village Plat neighborhood light luminarias along the sidewalks to recognize the 12th night or the feast of the Epiphany, Wednesday, 01062009. Summary.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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Nanette Frost and her nephew, Clint Frost, 10, take their turn at lighting the candles.


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