The Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living headed a rain dance spiritual cermony Saturday in Templeton Park.  The Rev. LaVonne Rae Andrews/Welsh and Rev. Don Welsh headed the dance accompanied by drum beating that Andrews-Welch described as was "the heart beat of Mother Earth" 

Photo by Laura Dickinson 2-01-13
The Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living headed a rain dance spiritual cermony Saturday in Templeton Park. The Rev. LaVonne Rae Andrews/Welsh and Rev. Don Welsh headed the dance accompanied by drum beating that Andrews-Welch described as was "the heart beat of Mother Earth" Photo by Laura Dickinson 2-01-13 ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
The Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living headed a rain dance spiritual cermony Saturday in Templeton Park. The Rev. LaVonne Rae Andrews/Welsh and Rev. Don Welsh headed the dance accompanied by drum beating that Andrews-Welch described as was "the heart beat of Mother Earth" Photo by Laura Dickinson 2-01-13 ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

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