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Highlight for album: Cindy Groseclose Photos Of July 4, 2014 Parade
Cindy Groseclose Photos Of July 4, 2014 Parade
Photos taken by Cindy Groseclose of the July 4, 2014 Parade here in Fairfax

Created on 07/07/14, last changed on 07/07/14. This album contains 121 items.
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Highlight for album: July 4, 2014 Fairfax Parade Photos
July 4, 2014 Fairfax Parade Photos
Photos in this album by Sally Sweet

Created on 07/05/14, last changed on 07/05/14. This album contains 53 items.
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Highlight for album: MKR Misc
MKR Misc

Created on 06/02/14, last changed on 06/19/17. This album contains 39 items.
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Highlight for album: MK photos for forum
MK photos for forum

Created on 05/30/14, last changed on 12/22/16. This album contains 3 items.
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Highlight for album: Renovation Of St. Luke's Church in 1955
Renovation Of St. Luke's Church in 1955
Photos of this Renovation came from St. Luke's Rectory, but I am unaware who took them: The following article appeared in the March 27, 1955 issue of Our Sunday Visitor. FAIRFAX CHURCH IS REDECORATED The interior of St. Luke Church of Fairfax has taken on a "new look" with the complete redecorating of the Church from the basement to the balcony. Louis Rocheleau of the Rocheleau Decorating Co. of Winooski recommended the color schemes that were followed throughout the Church. The work was done by Wilson Howrigan and Francis Rooney, both parishioners of St. Luke's, together with the donated services of many parishioners of St. Luke Church. "Painting Bees" were held on numerous evenings when as many as ten would be painting at the same time. Such freely donated services kept the cost of the decorating job within the budget of this small rural church. At least two of the parishioners proved to have real artistic talent. One of these, Mrs. Wilson Howrigan, painted all the statues in the church. Another, Mrs. Ralph McGue is touching up and refinishing a set of Stations of the Cross which were presented to St. Luke's from St. Francis Church in Windsor when a new set of Stations was installed there with their new church. These refinished Stations will be installed in St. Luke Church at a later date. The ceiling of the main body of the church is peach in color with the walls in Nassau Green and the baseboard trip in Sandstone Buff. The white main altar stands out in bold relief because of a dark green sanctuary. The ceiling of the vestry is of light blue with the walls of peach. The church hall has a ceiling of very light green with two toned side walls of a slightly darker green and Sandstone buff. New shelves have also been installed in the church hall.

Created on 03/20/14, last changed on 03/21/14. This album contains 25 items.
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