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With the support of and the Christian Leaders Coalition, more than 200 neighbors attended the Siegmann Family’s Christian Concert at the Juneau strip club Sunday.

The commercial building is for sale, ready for the community to repurpose it, to send a clear message that human trafficking, drugs, prostitution and violence have no place in our town. Seize the moment. The building was renovated into a concert-style venue several years ago for $700,000 and is listed for $425,000; 8,553 square feet

The door is open to flip this property for the good of our neighbors. If the city and county are not ready to step in, then may concerned residents and all of our churches act and seize the moment to declare “not in our town.”

Contact Pastor Gene Schmidt at 920-342-2032 for details to secure this opportunity. A new CD has been released by Schmidt, “If it hurts our sons and daughters, Not in our Town.”

If you suspect sex trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-3737-888 or text “info" or "help” to BEFREE (233733).

See the Daily Citizen's April 18 story about Dodge County Sheriff Dale Schmidt's efforts to battle sex trafficking.

Bradley Williams, Juneau


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