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April 2, 2010 in City
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Salvation Army Capt. Kyle Smith (left), retired Major Tom Peterson (center) and Mark Morrison (right) perform April 2, 2010, with the Spokane Citadel Brass Band on the corner of Riverside Avenue and Howard Street in downtown Spokane. They gathered on the Salvation Army’s original spot to commemorate the group’s first Spokane mission in 1891.

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Ron Mensch wraps up Samantha Garritty to stay warm as they take in the Salvation Army concert on the corner of Riverside and Howard in downtown Spokane.

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The Spokane Citadel Brass Band performs on the corner of Riverside and Howard on April 2, 2010. They gathered on the Salvation Army’s original spot to commemorate the group’s first Spokane mission in 1891.

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Charles Bacon enjoys a hot dog and the Spokane Citadel Brass Band performing on the corner of Riverside and Howard.

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A plaque in the sidewalk on the corner of Riverside Avenue and Howard Street in downtown Spokane marks the spot where the Salvation Army first began in Spokane on Aug. 22, 1891.

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The Spokane Citadel Brass Band performs in downtown Spokane.