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Organizers plan giant group hug of historic Minn. mental hospital building

Organizers are planning on surrounding a 124-year-old state mental hospital in Fergus Falls Saturday and giving it a giant group hug. Now vacant, the former Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center will be torn down unless a viable plan emerges in the next few months to save it.
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Organizers are planning on surrounding a 124-year-old state mental hospital in Fergus Falls Saturday and giving it a giant group hug. Now vacant, the former Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center will be torn down unless a viable plan emerges in the next few months to save it.

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