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Bemidji Chamber welcomes Kingdom Builders Christian School

Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Kingdom Builders Christian School on the grand opening of their new school, located at 414 Lincoln Ave. SE.

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Pictured from left: Ambassadors Ashley Stevens, Denae Alamano and Naomi Kapaun, Kingdom Builders students and staff with Principal Jon Ness, and Ambassadors Sonja Zimmerman and Jerry Downs.
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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Kingdom Builders Christian School on the grand opening of their new school, located at 414 Lincoln Ave. SE.

Serving grades 4-12, Kingdom Builders is at the site of the old Lincoln School in Nymore. For more information, visit  kingdombuildersschool.org.  

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