Title: FN CHURCH FIRE 004

Photo by ANDY SHUPE

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Jim Baker, a volunteer, helps Jimmy Darnell, right, and his son James Darnell as they work Friday, April 20, 2012, to remove spray-painted graffiti from the side of the church after vandals struck and a fire destroyed the 100-year-old church building late Thursday evening in Prairie Grove.

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  • Photographer: ANDY SHUPE
  • Source: Northwest Arkansas Times
  • Credit: ANDY SHUPE
  • Published: April 20, 2012
  • Photo taken: April 20, 2012
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  • Category: A
  • City: Prairie Grove
  • Copyright_Notice: 2012, Northwest Arkansas Newspapers, LLC.
  • Byline: ANDY SHUPE
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  • Source: Northwest Arkansas Times
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  • Caption: STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Jim Baker, a volunteer, helps Jimmy Darnell, right, and his son James Darnell as they work Friday, April 20, 2012, to remove spray-painted graffiti from the side of the church after vandals struck and a fire destroyed the 100-year-old church building late Thursday evening in Prairie Grove.