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Arcanum Breaks Ground

ARCANUM – After a year of planning and raising more than $1 million, Arcanum-Butler Schools held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for its 19,000- square-foot Multipurpose Agriculture and Athletic Building.

From the March 18, 2019 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Susan Hartley, Reporter

ARCANUM – After a year of planning and raising more than $1 million, Arcanum-Butler Schools held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for its 19,000- square-foot Multipurpose Agriculture and Athletic Building.

Superintendent John Stephans welcomed the entire student body and staff as well as several elected officials and school business partners to the ceremony, calling it a “momentous occasion.”

Stephans also took the opportunity to thank those who donated to the capital fundraising campaign, which began last spring, specifically recognizing campaign committee co-chairs Janelle Brinksneader and Phil Garbig and committee members Karin Baker, Amy Gostomsky, Rose Lambert, Dick Mathias, Randy O’Dell and Fred Troutwine.

“And thank you to all of you who donated in our community who generously donated anywhere from $50 to $250. Your donation is appreciated,” Stephans said. “The groundbreaking ceremony this afternoon marks the commencement of construction for additional educational and athletic space that will positively impact the students, staff and Arcanum-Butler community.”

Stephens also said the new facility will “greatly enhance our ability to provide hands-on learning opportunities and experiences for our students and supports agricultural education that can have a larger impact for our community, region and state.”.....

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