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As a memento of the El Paso Sesquicentennial celebration last year, one of the signs which had been displayed at the entrances to the community was given to the Town of El Paso Board Tuesday. Nate Place, right, designer of the signs and new president of the El Paso Community Club, expressed appreciation to the board for its support of the festivities. Ray Dohm, left, of El Paso donated the signs; the other three went to club members. -- Photo by Bill Kirk

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As a memento of the El Paso Sesquicentennial celebration last year, one of the signs which had been displayed at the entrances to the community was given to the Town of El Paso Board Tuesday. Nate Place, right, designer of the signs and new president of the El Paso Community Club, expressed appreciation to the board for its support of the festivities. Ray Dohm, left, of El Paso donated the signs; the other three went to club members.

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