Photo feature: Drive-through church

Posted: Friday, April 12, 2002

Workers from Raven Contractors thread a building that once housed the western peninsula's first Catholic church through the intersection of Forest Drive and the Kenai Spur Highway Friday.

The 25-foot by 50-foot building was built on the bluff at the end of Willow Street during the winter of 1954-55 and was later moved to the property that now houses the Salvation Army. Its new home will be next to Our Lady of the Angels Catholic church on Spruce Drive.

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