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Peekskill Highland Democrat

Harmon-on-Hudson, New York (Society).—Harmon-on-Hudson, after an existence of a score of years, has its first church edifice. It was built by the personal labor of its individual members, and is of the Christian Science denomination. They decided to erect a small church edifice in which to hold the services of that denomination. They elected Readers and a board of trustees. In twenty-four evenings after working hours, the building, with a main auditorium twenty-two feet by thirty feet, was finished. The structure is frame and stucco, with electric lights; and it seats about eighty persons. All the work of the carpenters and electricians was lovingly donated. The women of the congregation actually did the work of ceiling the room with Coletex and panel strips. The building is paid for. This structure is only a temporary one. A lot fifty feet by one hundred and twenty-five feet has been purchased as a permanent site on the boulevard, and a building fund has been started.—Peekskill Highland Democrat.

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Admission to The Mother Church
February 26, 1927

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