Capacity Crowd Celebrates Lives Lost In Touching Ceremony

Ladies of the Sulphur Sorosis Club prepared cookies and holiday treats for those who attended last Sunday night’s Avenue of Angels ceremony at Arbuckle Memorial Hospital.

Capacity Crowd Celebrates Lives Lost In Touching Ceremony

Pastor Dick Terry, left, and Joey Muck, of the First Free Will Baptist Church, read the names of lost loved ones.

Capacity Crowd Celebrates Lives Lost In Touching Ceremony

The Sulphur Singers perform at last Sunday night’s Avenue of Angels ceremony held in the lobby of Arbuckle Memorial Hospital.

Capacity Crowd Celebrates Lives Lost In Touching Ceremony

Angels In Sulphur

There was standing room only in the lobby of the Arbuckle Memorial Hospital for the 22nd annual lighting ceremony of the Avenue of Angels last Sunday evening.

Brother Dick Terry, pastor of the First Free Will Baptist Church, welcomed the guest and led in opening prayer.

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