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Good season finale at LaSalette - The Sun Chronicle : Local News

Good season finale at LaSalette

Shrine enjoys solid Festival of Lights but the weather keeps it from last year's record breaker

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Posted: Sunday, January 6, 2013 10:31 pm

ATTLEBORO - The 2012 Festival of Lights, which ended Sunday night, didn't match the previous year's high attendance, likely due to several rainy weekends in December and last weekend's snowstorm, but Brother Ron Taylor said the crowds were still huge - and constant.

In fact, Taylor said that while the lights normally were turned off at 9 p.m., twice the shrine decided to keep the lights on until 10 p.m. due to the high number of motorists waiting in traffic on Park Street.

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