Project Potpourri

Slow news day today, so have a little treat courtesy the Friends of Immaculate Conception. For your viewing pleasure, the dedication of Immaculate Conception's upper church, circa June 1, 1930. That's right, a few scant weeks ago that sucker turned 80 years old!

You can tell it's an artist's rendering, because Immaculate's spires are nowhere near that pointy. Drawing or no, though, it's still cool to have. A good reminder of a time when a church opening was a big event! We're just sad we missed it; you know we would have been first in line with a picnic lunch.

Happy Anniversary, Immaculate. And here's to many...err, well, at least several more.