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La reapertura de uno de los clubes más tradicionales de nuestra provincia se dio en un marco de fiesta. Cientos de personas, funcionarios, figuras del deporte e invitados especiales se dieron cita en el Club Caja Popular y disfrutaron al ver las remodelaciones realizadas por el Ente de Infraestructura Comunitaria. Piso totalmente nuevo, butacas recuperadas, techo arreglado, sanitarios a nuevo, cantina funcional, tableros electrónicos y otras mejoras. El gobernador José Alperovich, acompañado por la senadora Beatriz Rojkés, madrina del club, fue el encargado de cortar la cinta y dejar formalmente reinaugurado este club tan popular y querido por los tucumanos.

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