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  • Ryan Silvola/Beloit Daily News Community members watched as more than 2,000 lights shined bright to honor loved ones during Beloit Health System's 34th annual Lovelight ceremony on Monday night. The ceremony and lights are ways to honor dearly departed loved ones as well as a living special person.

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    Ryan Silvola/Beloit Daily News Timothy McKevett, Beloit Health System president and CEO, spoke during the Lovelight ceremony Monday night on the Beloit Memorial Hospital grounds. The event is a way for families to honor and celebrate loved ones during the holiday season. McKevett spoke about the tradition of the community coming together for the holidays.

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    Ryan Silvola/Beloit Daily News Members of the Turner High School a capella group Overdrive sang Christmas carols during Monday night's Lovelight ceremony at Beloit Memorial Hospital. The group sang "Silent Night" and "Oh Christmas Tree."

  • Ryan Silvola/Beloit Daily News Community members watched as more than 2,000 lights shined bright to honor loved ones during Beloit Health System's 34th annual Lovelight ceremony on Monday night. The ceremony and lights are ways to honor dearly departed loved ones as well as a living special person.

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    Ryan Silvola/Beloit Daily News Timothy McKevett, Beloit Health System president and CEO, spoke during the Lovelight ceremony Monday night on the Beloit Memorial Hospital grounds. The event is a way for families to honor and celebrate loved ones during the holiday season. McKevett spoke about the tradition of the community coming together for the holidays.

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    Ryan Silvola/Beloit Daily News Members of the Turner High School a capella group Overdrive sang Christmas carols during Monday night's Lovelight ceremony at Beloit Memorial Hospital. The group sang "Silent Night" and "Oh Christmas Tree."

Beloit Health System hosted its 34th annual Lovelight ceremony Monday night on the hospital grounds. More than 2,000 lights shined bright to honor loved ones. The Lovelight trees give community members the opportunity to honor someone special. Community members could purchase white light for someone who has passed away or a red/green light for a living person who is special. The ceremony also helps kick off the holiday season.

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