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Ann Goff: Thanks to the person who erected the three crosses

Comments re photo 72312 Downtown Columbia KY Dramatic nighttime reminder of Easter

Ann Goff writes:
I want to say thank you to the person that had these crosses put up on this building where everyone could see them. This was a blessing to see that someone had put Jesus on the cross. There are so many people who don't even know that Jesus died on the cross so that we could be saved from our sins. Thank the Lord that He arose and is alive for evermore; and one day He is coming back for those who have their names written in the book of life.

- Ann Goff

Thanks Ann Goff - The person responsible for the crosses and the seasonal changes is Columbia Attorney, civic, education leader and Christian servant Mike Harris, who is also president of Shorelines Communications (The Big Dawg 99.9FM and The Wave, 92.7 FM).

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