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Kim Harmon, left, and Mari Jo Lohmeier hope to create a center for youth and families in Park Rapids. "Investing in our youth is the best investment for our community," they advise.

Pair hopes to see a 'Wreck' in Park Rapids

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Mari Jo Lohmeier and Kim Harmon are looking for investors to bolster a precious commodity - community youth.

They are proposing to assemble "The Wreck" - with rec - recreation - at the heart of the initiative.

Lohmeier and Harmon, who worked together as student success coordinators at Century School, discussed the need for youth activities in Park Rapids.

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