Ronald McDonald House Will Be Closed For Renovations

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Updated: 11/25/2013 7:10 pm
The Ronald McDonald House in Lexington is shutting its doors for 10 weeks.

More than 600-thousand dollars in renovations are in the works.

They will be adding one room and completely remodeling the existing 200 rooms.

The families already there will be moved to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lexington.

The charity will stop taking applications from families on December 27th.

About 530-thousand dollars has been raised for the renovation
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