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  • Johnson County parents recite portions removed from school play

    The audience at a performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas at a Johnson County elementary school recited a Bible passage usually spoken by Linus in the play. Video Courtesy East Kentucky Broadcasting

The audience at a performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas at a Johnson County elementary school recited a Bible passage usually spoken by Linus in the play. Video Courtesy East Kentucky Broadcasting
The audience at a performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas at a Johnson County elementary school recited a Bible passage usually spoken by Linus in the play. Video Courtesy East Kentucky Broadcasting

Audience members recite Bible passage deleted from ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’

December 17, 2015 5:35 PM