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Around Town 11-16

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Expansions, moves and new business throughout Bismarck....

Jon Schaeffer shows what's happening Around Town

In North Bismarck-- Evangel Assembly of God Church is building a 17 thousand square foot expansion to its current building on North 14th St.

It will be used for the children's ministry that works with 2 year olds to fifth graders.

The church has been at it's current location since 1989-- and Children's minister Aaron Strawn says the church has exploded over the last five years with youth and they need the add-on.

The addition is mostly paid for through the church and church members.

Michelle Kaufman, the owner of Hey Ocean will have a new business coming in two doors down called Right on Broadway.

the shop will feature shoes handbags and accessories.

Along with that, a new store called Rust will go in to the former Urban Girl property.

It is a furniture and home decor shop that features restoration hardware meant for the home.

The shops will be complete in the Spring-- Kaufman is looking for a Mid-march open.

In The Kirkwood mall-- Pro image moves to a new location.

Its now by I Keating Furniture world-- still offering the same merchandise -- but in a larger space.

Torrid and Rue 21 are now open in the Kirkwood mall as well.

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