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10/9/04

Brownfield Church Will Rebuild

Brownfield Church of Christ is planning to rebuild after a fire destroyed the church building in June.

During NewsChannel 11's Community Coverage tour in Brownfield, we collected donations for the rebuilding fund. Citizens donated more than $1,800 dollars. Friday, KCBD's General Manager Dan Jackson.

Presented Church of Christ Minister Derek McNama with those checks and a matching donation from NewsChannel 11, worth $1,000.

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