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By James McAfee—
MUNDAY—The Munday Economic Development Council A board of directors approved a plan to let the Munday Lions Club use the old food pantry and provide electricity to use for a possible project during a meeting last Tuesday night.
The Lions will have 60 days to finalize plans to open a thrift-store type place where under privileged youngsters in Munday can purchase clothing for special events at reasonable prices.
Munday Lions President Vance Bauer presented the proposal with an assist from Supt. Troy Parton. Several other members of the club were also present at the meeting.
The board discussed plans for the old Chamber building and will get the electricity turned back on and consider necessary improvements for possible rent options.
Richard Albus indicated he would check with Knox County to get a legal description of the railroad property and the EDC will then make efforts to have the city return it to them.
The board went into executive session to discuss “Keep Munday Strong,” but did not take any formal action on the project.