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By KAYLEIGH THESENVITZ
The Claremore Daily Progress 

Cedar Point's $2M investment improves north Claremore area

 


CLAREMORE, Okla. (AP) — When the Claremore Plaza shopping mall was originally built in the 1970s, it was a welcome addition, replacing a former land fill with retail and restaurants.

Today, it is a bit more of an eye sore.

The home of Cedar Point Church is uneven and falling apart.

But renovations to make the building better than ever before begin September 1.

Cedar Point Lead Pastor Rick Burke said that over the next two years the church will be renovated in two phases, costing approximately $2 million.

"We call our church a story changing church," Burke told The Claremore Daily Progress...



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