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Latter-day Saints To Use Land To Beautify Temple

Latter-day Saints to use Church College land to enhance beauty of Temple.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today announced its intention to undertake a beautification project associated with the closure of the Church College of New Zealand at the end of 2009. This project will involve the dismantling of most Church College buildings and returning much of the land to natural pasture similar to the surrounding farm areas.

For more information, please see the attached Media Release and contact Shane Ta’ala on shane@iglass.co.nz or Philip Hague on haguewp@ldschurch.org or 021 206 6621.

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