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Lebanon Valley College gets $10 million gift

Written by Ben Allen, General Assignment Reporter | Apr 18, 2016 3:54 PM
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(Lebanon) -- A midstate college is receiving its largest gift ever.

Lebanon Valley College says Edward and Jeanne Arnold are giving $10 million to go towards construction of a new classroom building.

The school's Health Professions building - which will include space for students studying physical therapy, athletic training, and exercise science - will be named in honor of the Arnolds.

It's set to open up in 2018.

Ed Arnold created Arnold Industries, a company that provides transportation and logisitics services nationwide.

Jeanne has worked in the health care industry, and advocates for children, education and healthcare issues.

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