This  Jan. 26, 2018 photo shows William Davison with the tree in Waynesburg's College Park dedicated to Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Waynesburg, Pa. William Davidson wrote a letter last year to Waynesburg council requesting an honorific for the church, which was demolished in 1984, just a year before its 100th anniversary. The foundation was beginning to collapse, and the building sat unused for several years before it was torn down.
This Jan. 26, 2018 photo shows William Davison with the tree in Waynesburg's College Park dedicated to Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Waynesburg, Pa. William Davidson wrote a letter last year to Waynesburg council requesting an honorific for the church, which was demolished in 1984, just a year before its 100th anniversary. The foundation was beginning to collapse, and the building sat unused for several years before it was torn down. Observer-Reporter via AP Trista Thurston
This Jan. 26, 2018 photo shows William Davison with the tree in Waynesburg's College Park dedicated to Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Waynesburg, Pa. William Davidson wrote a letter last year to Waynesburg council requesting an honorific for the church, which was demolished in 1984, just a year before its 100th anniversary. The foundation was beginning to collapse, and the building sat unused for several years before it was torn down. Observer-Reporter via AP Trista Thurston

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