During the Everett Art Walk on Thursday, Laurie Povey Crawford (right) and Dottie Villesvik look at the large, east-facing stained-glass window with the interior lights turned down at First Presbyterian Church. The stained glass windows were created in 1910 by Povey Brothers Studio, where her great-grandfather, George Povey, worked with his brothers in Portland. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

During the Everett Art Walk on Thursday, Laurie Povey Crawford (right) and Dottie Villesvik look at the large, east-facing stained-glass window with the interior lights turned down at First Presbyterian Church. The stained glass windows were created in 1910 by Povey Brothers Studio, where her great-grandfather, George Povey, worked with his brothers in Portland. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

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