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CURES of Chester celebrates new home, opcoming projects

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By Brian Garner

The citizen’s group CURES (Citizens United for Redevelopment and Economic Stability) of Chester are taking the “Redevelopment” part of their name seriously, as they are in the middle of efforts to redevelop the former Masonic Temple building in Chester into a combination headquarters and activity center.

The group celebrated their new home with a 100th birthday bash for the building on Saturday, which saw its last renovations in 1919.


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