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April 30, 2012

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NEW ALBANY — The former Emery's Ice Cream Shop building was moved Monday morning from a storage location to its permanent location on the corner of Eighth Street and Culbertson Avenue in New Albany. The building will be used as a sustainable living techniques classroom and kitchen in the planned Urban Fusion Community Garden. The building was moved by Indiana Landmarks.

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The Rev. Eric Johnson, New Albany, is accompanied by Shea, right, and Sammy Taylor, both of Memphis, during the cross procession at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church's Good Friday service in New Albany on Friday afternoon.

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