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Holy Spirit To Host Reading, Book Signing
The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit is holding a reading and book signing on Monday, June 9, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The event features Ethel Lee-Miller, a friend and former writing partner of Verona resident Mary Garland, who is a parishioner at Holy Spirit.
Lee-Miller will be reading from her new book, Seedlings: Stories of Relationships. “Each story tells a lighthearted or not so lighthearted story of regular people in and out of relationships, marriages, and that particular phase of life known as retirement,” Lee-Miller says of the book.
Holy Spirit is located at 36 Gould Street, just opposite the field at H.B. Whitehorne middle school. There is ample parking in the church’s lot.
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