A pair of steeples rise above FresnoLoading
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    The morning sun highlights the first of two steeples being installed installed at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Chast Destua peers into the middle section of a steeple where reynaldo Galarpe is botling sections together outside Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Jasper Canlas directs the lowering of the middle section of one steeple into place as the firstinstalled steeple can be seen to the left at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Jasper Canlas crouches down and directs a partner as the two men from R. Magday Builders, Inc. lower the middle section of a steeple into place at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall each in three pieces, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Workers attach a crane's cable to the base section of a steeple before installation at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Reynaldo Galarpe from R. Magday Builders, Inc. climbs into the middle portion of a steeple to bolt it to the top section before installation at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    A top section of one steeple is carried before installation at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    The middle section of the first steeple is lowered into the base on top of Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    The base section for one of two steeples is moved along Dudley Avenue before installation at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    The first of two two fiberglass steeples is installed at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Max Vito, left, resident minister for Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ), removes a protective cone from the tip of a steeple section as workers in the background prepare to lift a middle section of steeple into place Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Sections of carpet are placed on the street as a section of a steeple is lowered to Dudley Avenue before assembly at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Joel Perea, bottom, joins others as they piece together two parts of a steeple before installation at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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    Brian Panton prepares to lower himself after installation of the first steeple at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
  • STEEPLE
    One of two fiberglass steeples is installed at Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) along Palm Avenue between Olive and Belmont Avenues Tuesday morning, October 8, 2013 in Fresno, Calif. Resident minister Max Vito said renovation on the church began at the beginning of 2012. Two steeples, each 29 feet tall, were delivered last Friday from Texas and both were installed Monday morning.
    ERIC PAUL ZAMORA | THE FRESNO BEE
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