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Central Minnesota Christian School Superintendent Pete Van Der Puy, left, and Bruce Marcus of Marcus Construction make remarks at the groundbreaking ceremony. Submitted photo

CMCS in Prinsburg, Minn., breaks ground on the first phase of its rebuilding

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PRINSBURG -- In the midst of Fourth of July festivities Wednesday, the Prinsburg community also celebrated the groundbreaking of Central Minnesota Christian School's major rebuilding project.

After the Freedom Fun Run and Adam's Race -- which raised $22,000 for the CMCS capital campaign -- around 300 people stayed Wednesday morning to watch the groundbreaking, according to Tricia Nelson, capital campaign coordinator at CMCS.

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Ashley White

Ashley White is the community content coordinator for the West Central Tribune. Follow her on Twitter @Ashley_WCT.


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