Gloucester Mayor Carolyn Kirk, right, cuts a ribbon at one of the new lifts that have been installed in the Unitarian Universalist Church in Gloucester. Church member Larry Brooks, center, is now able to attend church functions there with the new lifts in place, for the first time in six years, he said, since he's been using a wheelchair. Behind them is Charles Nazarian, chair of the church's restoration committee. Ceremonies were held at the church on Wednesday for the unveiling of the new Americans with Disabilities Act improvements there.
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