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Upper Level

Upper Level

East Parking Lot. Room 11 Kingdom Kids Art . Room 10 Kingdom Kids Marketplace. Nursery. Room 12 /Choir Pre-School. Stairs. Hallway. To Stairs. South East Entrance. Janitor Storage. Room 13/Bells. Room 14/ Headstart. Prayer Room. Stairs. Courtyard. Hallway. Driveway.

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