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Four major donors toward the Glenda K. Corrigan Health Sciences Center conclude the ribbon-cutting ceremony in August at Dakota Wesleyan University's campus in Mitchell. From left to right are Fritz Corrigan, Glenda Corrigan, Donna Christen and Paul Christen. Each couple donated $5 million to the project. (Daily Republic file photo)

YEAR IN REVIEW: August: A dream comes true at DWU

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Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell celebrated the opening of the Glenda K. Corrigan Health Sciences Center on campus. The $11.5 million structure is named for Glenda Corrigan, a 1964 graduate of DWU. Corrigan and her husband, Fritz, were two of the major donors for the building, which was fully funded through donations.

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