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Telegraph Herald (Dubuque, IA)
A Dubuque university has received a $400,000 donation to aid construction of a new wellness center.
Clarke University officials announced the anonymous gift Tuesday morning. Preliminary work is underway on the project, and construction will begin in December. Work on the $400,000 project is expected to be complete in August.
The center will include counseling and health services, as well as campus ministry. There also will be activities such as group fitness, yoga and meditation classes and access to light therapy and massage chairs.
The center will be located on the lower level of Mary Josita Hall. It will span about 5,500 square feet.
While the new center will have exercise space, the Kehl Center will remain the home of basketball and volleyball courts, the walking track and weight room.
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