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Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2007 10:00 pm

Five leaders from the Lodi Sikh Temple took turns reading all 1,430 pages of their holy book over a 48-hour period in honor of a 23-year-old Lodi man who was shot to death in March, and for the 32 people who were killed at Virginia Tech University on April 16.

On Friday morning, Sikh leaders, preparing for the opening of their new temple at the northeast corner of Armstrong Road and West Lane, began the two-day vigil in the small, older building the Sikhs call home until San Joaquin County officials conduct a final inspection of the new church building.

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