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McCandless council adopts statement on diversity, hears complaints on shooting range

Sister Mary Traupman of the Sisters of Divine Providence, a lawyer by training, read a letter detailing the many gifts and benefits the town has received from the Sisters over the past decades and her concern over the spring opening of a shooting range, the INPAX Academy of Personal Protection, in an office building in McCandless Crossing.

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