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Friday - April 18, 2014

| Friday, April 18, 2014, 1:39 p.m.
Louis B. Ruediger
George Kepple and his wife, Marsha, of Sugarcreek maintain a set of crosses on their farm along Kittanning Hollow Road. The Kepples host a 6:30 a.m. sunrise service on Easter morning for St. Paul's Community Church. The site holds roughly 500 people and those attending are encouraged to bring a covered dish for a breakfast tailgate party after the service. 'The crosses remain erected year round as a daily reminder of a cause greater than my own self -interest,' George Kepple said.
Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
Rich Griffin, a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Youngwood, carries a wooden cross through town during the first Youngwood community Good Friday 'Cross Walk' on Friday, April 18, 2014.
Barry Reeger | Tribune-Review
Rick Zabrosky as Jesus makes his way down Pennsylvania Avenue in Greensburg while a Roman soldier, Joel Trentin, heckles him during the Greensburg Ministerium's 'The Way of the Cross' re-enactment on Friday, April 18, 2014. The outdoor drama is a live depiction of the events from the sentencing of Jesus by Pontius Pilate to his crucifixion.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Morgan Floyd, 11, of Carnegie takes up the cross with her friends, Mackenzie Day (center), of Heidelberg and Mackenzie Minney, 10, of Oakdale, both 10, when members of the Carnegie Presbyterian Church in Carnegie performed the Stations of the Cross on Friday, April 18, 2014.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Customers wait in line to purchase their Easter candy at Sarris Candies in Canonsburg, Friday, April 18, 2014.
Jason Bridge | Valley News Dispatch
Joseph Glesser, not pictured, of Washington Township, raises his granddaughter, 6-year-old Providence Dukes' kite into the air with her assistance as her as they enjoy their time together at Northmoreland Park in Allegheny Township on Friday, April 18, 2014.
Louis B. Ruediger
Devine Redeemer Catholic School students Isabella Foster, 11, of Leechburg, and her sister, Vanessa, 6, hide eggs in Ford City Park during gym class. Each plastic egg has a note with an excercise task for the student to perform.
James Knox | Tribune-Review
Mya Fox, 8, from Gibsonia shares a laugh with her mother Tina on Friday, April 18, 2014 as the youngster begins to distribute nearly 600 gifts for newborns in the NICU at West Penn Hospital. Mya spent six weeks in the NICU when she was born and wanted to use her birthday gifts to help others in the NICU.
James Knox | Tribune-Review
People react at the scene of a homicide on Friday, April 18, 2014, in the parking lot across the street from Mount Ararat Baptist Church in Larimer.

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