Htstoric Vogue Theater Undergoing Insensitive Renovation
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The tenant of the old Vogue theater on Jefferson and N. Oak Cliff Blvd.  appears demolishing the facade.  When asked, the contractor said they were making it look "more like a church".  They had all their permits and it appears there is little that can be done.

Built in 1949, the Vogue replaced another movie house on the same location called the Bison.

More reason for our Architecture at Risk list due on June 14th.  This has made us broaden our focus to things that we really like no matter their status.  This appeared to be safe with an established group occupying that no one could have foreseen someone taking a sledgehammer to...but then so did Oak Cliff Christian.

 





 
OOCCL at Oak Cliff Earth Day
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John Stolly, VP of Communications and East Kessler resident and Anthony Brewer of The Dells man the OOCCL booth at the 4th annual Oak Cliff Earth Day.  Thank you to all the volunteers that came out and braved the chilly spring day to make the event a success.
 
Vicki Fitzgerald Fund
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Vicki and Richard Fitzgerald wanted to let everyone know how moved and grateful they are for the kindness and generosity the people of Oak Cliff have shown them during Vicki's illness.

Vicki got to come home for two days and started experienclng nausea and had to return to the hospital.  She had been at the hospital since Christmas.  Please keep her in her prayers that she get to go back home and be with her dogs and her family soon.

Vicki has finished her radiation.  Next week she will undergo a CTC scan and her doctors will evaluate her response and what happens next but she's doing well.

The account we set up will remain open as long as the Fitzgerald's need it even though we cut a check from it this week.  Hospital bills since Christmas even with insurance are more than any of us could ever imagine and not where someone's focus needs to be when they are trying to get well.  Thank you for all you do.

Bank of Texas at 12th and Zang
201 W. Twelfth St.
Dallas, Texas 75208
Attn: Danell Lictenwalter  or her secretary Brenda
 
Oak Cliff Christian Church Tour
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Lybo Buchanan, Michael Amonett, Bob Young, Meeka Bain and JD Jasso at the open house of Oak Cliff Christian.  About 100 patrons toured the structure in four hours.  With at least one serious buyer who has been back for another showing.  Stay tuned for details.

The media continues to be so supportive of efforts to save the church... check out The Dallas Voice and The Dallas Business Journal.



 
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