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Guides at Mormon Church's birthplace leave room for proselytizing

At the reconstructed Joseph Smith home, missionaries provide tours and testify to visitors of the truth of the Joseph Smith story. Dobbin visits not only the Smith homestead, but also the Grandin Building in Palmyra, where the first 5,000 copies of the Book of Mormon were printed. The Grandin Building is being remodeled, with later additions to the building being removed and fireplaces are being reinstalled.

Ohio's Mormons building a temple

Members of the LDS Church in Ohio will have a temple there for the first time in 163 years, with the advent of a temple in Columbus. Members of the Church in Cincinnati are likely to travel to the new Columbus temple in place of the current six-hour drive to the Chicago temple.

Ground work has started in OKC

On Monday 8/9, the heavy equipment moved onto the property and started clearing the land. They took down a building that was used to store mowers at one time and basically has been a place to store scout equipment. The backstop to the ball field and the dugouts were taken out ending the result of 4 or 5 Eagle projects.

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