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Groom, Texas
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The town of Groom is located in what is known as the Texas Panhandle in north-west Texas. The land is so flat that one can see for miles and miles. Cattle ranching and wheat farming are the principal occupations. According to the 2000 census there were then 587 people comprising 178 families living in Groom.

As far as twenty miles from Groom the traveler cannot help but see a 190 foot tall Cross. When first erected in 1995 the Cross was the second highest in the Americas. Only the 208 foot cross at Mission Nombre de Dios in St. Augustine, Florida was higher. Inspired by the Groom Cross, the residents of Effingham, Illinois erected a similar cross that is eight feet taller.

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