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Daycare Grows From Hope Village

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A temporary building that helped thousands of volunteers to rebuild Minot following the 2011 flood may soon be home to a day care center.

Reverend Paul Krueger - who led the Hope Village effort from the grounds of his Our Savior Lutheran Church - wants to turn a portable building into a center for about ten day care children.

Krueger will ask the city council tonight to approve a special use permit to keep the temporary building on the church's grounds for two years.

(Rev. Paul Krueger, Church Pastor) "This building came on site. We used it then for Hope Village, with the hope that maybe after, it could be used for after we were done, and right now that seems to be the next step for us as we continue to build towards serving the community with greater child care services."

After the proposed two year permit expires, it could be renewed an another additional year.

Pastor Krueger says during that time the church will try and grow the existing structure.

Eventually he wants to try and offer service for one-hundred kids.

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