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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Lenten Cross Shines Over Galeton Community For Nearly 60 Years


 Photo shows the Galeton Rotary Lenten cross shining over Galeton. This cross and the Christmas star has been a part of the community life in Galeton for nearly 60 years.  In this photo it is shown on the south side hill with the First Presbyterian Church in the foreground..

This year and for many years, Rotarian Tony Adami faithfully climbs the hill and cross (and star) replaces the bulbs and lights the star.

The Galeton Rotary Club is proud to continue this tradition for the people of Galeton.

11 comments :

Kathy said...

Way to go, Tony! Glad you can still climb the hill.

Beautiful picture, also.

Anonymous said...

That is so awesome. Wish they had one in Coudy!

Anonymous said...

I'ts a wonder the atheists haven't come after it. I think there should be one in every town and every school!

Anonymous said...

Thank you to Tony and the Rotary for doing this for our town.

Anonymous said...

hum I'm surprised no one has protested this... But I'm glad they haven't I think it is Awesome! :)

Anonymous said...

BEAUTIFUL!

Anonymous said...

I grew up in Galeton and always looked forward to the lighting of the star at Christmas time and the cross at Easter time. Brings back really good memories.

Anonymous said...

Satan's gang can't do much if it is on PRIVATE land.

This is an awesome thing that Galeton is proud to have. Here's to 60+ more years. AMEN!!!

Anonymous said...

We used to live across from this hill and my girls, as babies, were convinced this is where Jesus lives. So sweet...

Anonymous said...

Way cool! Proud American town.

Anonymous said...

You do realize atheists and those with different faiths. Do not begrudge you your faith. We/They are not out to destroy christianity. Only time I would have a problem is when you deny them from putting up some kind of light or whatever. Its the illusions of grandeur, the superiority complexes, and the hypocrisy. That they/I have a problem with christians are no better, or worse than any other faith, or group. And should not be entitled to better treatment, or given more considerations than any other. Oh and even my atheist arse thinks the cross, and star are a cool tradition.