From left, Neil Springer of Hilton Head Island, Kirk Taylor of Bluffton, Steve Herron of Bluffton, John Babbitts of Hilton Head and Gary Fons of Hilton Head raise one of three crosses outside  Christ Lutheran Church on Saturday morning on Hilton Head.  The crosses will remain in place through Easter Sunday.
From left, Neil Springer of Hilton Head Island, Kirk Taylor of Bluffton, Steve Herron of Bluffton, John Babbitts of Hilton Head and Gary Fons of Hilton Head raise one of three crosses outside Christ Lutheran Church on Saturday morning on Hilton Head. The crosses will remain in place through Easter Sunday. Delayna Earley
From left, Neil Springer of Hilton Head Island, Kirk Taylor of Bluffton, Steve Herron of Bluffton, John Babbitts of Hilton Head and Gary Fons of Hilton Head raise one of three crosses outside Christ Lutheran Church on Saturday morning on Hilton Head. The crosses will remain in place through Easter Sunday. Delayna Earley

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