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Clutch Cargo's returning to roots, turning back into a church

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The Luther family of Oakland Township has purchased Clutch Cargo's on East Huron Street in Pontiac.

The building will function as a church again, with the first service to be held on Easter Sunday 2014. The church will be called Grace Gospel Fellowship Church.

The building has been a church before but has recently been two different nightclub venues. The first sale resulted in Sanctum Nightclub, which struggled financially. It was sold again and became Clutch Cargo's.

The venue says its last concert will be November 14, with Less Than Jake and Anti Flag. They invite all ages to stop in and say goodbye.

Renovations will begin in 2014.

LINK: Click here for more information about Grace Gospel Fellowship >>

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