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Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: A light in the darkness at Port Angeles service

Pastor Olaf Baumann of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Port Angeles lights the Tree of Life candelabra Saturday during a remembrance service, organized by Interfaith Community in Clallam County, for 11 Jewish shooting victims at a Pittsburgh synagogue Oct. 27 and the Oct. 24 killings of two black people in a Louisville, Ky., suburb.

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