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Virgin Town Historic Church
Heritage Square Project 
Engraved Brick Wall
HISTORIC 1866 CHURCH
VIRGIN, UTAH

Built by Mormon Pioneers of adobe and timber in a European technique called "noggin", this building served as church, city meeting hall, and recreation center for Virgin and surrounding communites between 1866 and 1969.  The town of Virgin is currently beginning restoration and upgrading of the meeting house and square for public use.

The committee working on this project is offering a unique way for you to donate to the effort to save this historic building.  A wall of bricks will be constructed in the square as the project progresses.  For a minimum donation of $30, you may order an engraved brick to be included in this wall.  













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 Virgin Town Heritage Square Project
PO Box 790008
Virgin, UT   84779-0008

HERITAGE SQUARE
TOWN OF VIRGIN, UTAH, USA
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