GREENLEAF - An area church has stood the test of time, and recent storms, to reach its 100th anniversary.
Community members gathered at the Larkwood Wedding Chapel in Greenleaf Sunday to celebrate the milestone.
The chapel, originally a Methodist church, was in danger of being torn down four years ago.
But in 2010, an area couple decided to save it.
They say they wanted to preserve its history, and give soon-to-be married couples a new venue option.
"I know a lot of churches, like actual churches that hold services and things, you have to be a member. So if they still want a church wedding they can't have it unless they're a member, so they can come here. It's a church, but it's not your church, per se," said chapel owner Ruby Gilbertson.
The celebration included a brat fry, area micro brews and live music.
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