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Kathryn Woodward, 92, has started a one-woman campaign to save the old World War II- era Memorial Chapel at Fort Jackson. All wooden structures on the fort from that era have been torn down or are slated for demolition. "Even if it were not to remain as a chapel as such," she said. "It should somehow be preserved as a memorial." gmelendez@thestate.com
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