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Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

ONE OF THE BOOTHS at the Light the Night event was from the Avenue Church, which was represented by, from left, Lisa Brooks, Hannah Brooks, Haley Esquinance and Terry Esquinance.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

CAPT. GABE THOMAS of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office holds one of the 10 luminaries released at the end of the Light the Night event.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

JOYCE STINNETT and her son Jeremiah of Signing for Christ did a presentation to the music of “The Potter’s Hands” at Sunday’s event.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

WOMEN OF HOPE presented a touching part of the Light the Night event when they took the stage with photographs and posters of what they experienced during their times of darkness, then flipped the cards and showed how they are now in a better place in their lives.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

WOMEN OF HOPE presented a touching part of the Light the Night event when they took the stage with photographs and posters of what they experienced during their times of darkness, then flipped the cards and showed how they are now in a better place in their lives.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

ALEXIS GENTRY, right, enjoys a cold treat at the South Cleveland Church of God Celebrate Recovery’s booth on Sunday. Also pictured is Vicky Whaley of Celebrate Recovery.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

RACHEL GOINS, founder of the Be the Light Movement of Hope, welcomes the hundreds in attendance at Sunday’s Light the Night event at the Greenway Park.

AP photo, John Bazemore

ATLANTA FALCONS defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. (56) stops Detroit Lions running back D'Andre Swift (32) in the second half Sunday, in Atlanta.

AP photo, Wade Payne

PITTSBURGH STEELERS' outside linebacker Bud Dupree (48) grabs Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) in the first half Sunday, in Nashville.

AP photo, Tony Gutierrez

TAMPA BAY RAYS' Manuel Margot is tagged out at home by Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes while trying to steal in the fourth inning in Game 5 of World Series Sunday, in Arlington, Texas.

AP photo, Richard W. Rodriguez

TRUCKS DRY the track during a red flag delay due to inclement weather at the NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway Sunday, in Fort Worth, Texas.

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