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11/18/04

LCU Sets Sights On $24 Million Goal

Lubbock Christian University is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a plan to raise $24 million dollars.

Thursday, LCU unveiled plans for its largest fundraising campaign in history. Funds will go toward various construction projects on campus including a new leadership building.

LCU plans on meeting those goals by the university's 50th anniversary in 2007.

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