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RHINEBECK — Entering this quaint Northern Dutchess village from the south, one can’t help but notice the steeple that stretches heavenward from atop the Rhinebeck Reformed Church, and anyone in the village at the top of or half-past the hour is treated to the carillon coming from the steeple’s tower.

“I think it’s a source of inspiration,” the Rev. Luis Perez said of the steeple, noting that when people look up at the steeple and it’s four-faced clock tower they “are reminded to look heavenward.”

Read On: www.dailyfreeman.com/articles/2009/12/21/news/doc4b2ed4557739d247134614.txt

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