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In true American style, Easter is not only Christianity’s most important holiday but, in the secular realm, a day when an iconic hare leaves baskets of candy for children and decorated eggs are hunted.
Setting the stage for Easter Sunday, The Last Days of Jesus Pageant re-enacted the trial and crucifixion of Jesus Friday night starting on the Wasco County courthouse steps and progressing to The Dalles Wasco County Library for the crucifixion scene. The burial scene followed at First Christian Church, where the resurrection scene will also be held Easter Sunday at 8 a.m.
Porter felt called to help
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