To help with fundraising, Langley Properties, the owner of the former Peoples Bank building on South Broadway, will open the building for tours on Saturday.  Tours of the Mid-Century Modern structure will cost $20 and go toward the building fund.
To help with fundraising, Langley Properties, the owner of the former Peoples Bank building on South Broadway, will open the building for tours on Saturday. Tours of the Mid-Century Modern structure will cost $20 and go toward the building fund. Herald-Leader
To help with fundraising, Langley Properties, the owner of the former Peoples Bank building on South Broadway, will open the building for tours on Saturday. Tours of the Mid-Century Modern structure will cost $20 and go toward the building fund. Herald-Leader

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