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TODAY news for Thursday, April 20, 2006

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Groundbreaking ceremony for Centennial Complex takes place April 7

Crowd at the groundbreaking
A crowd gathers for the groundbreaking ceremony for the Centennial Complex, which followed the dedication of the Centennial Pathway. On the right are the many ceremonial shovels which were used later in the program by various officials and major contributors.
Sign from Loma Linda Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church
The dome roof of the old Gentry Gymnasium will become the “new” roof for a meeting area for the Loma Linda Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church, to be constructed on their new property near the city line between Loma Linda and Redlands, California.
Dr. Hart
Dr. Hart gives an overview of the Centennial Complex project to those in attendance.

Dr. Behrens
Dr. Behrens pays recognition to the many individuals who have contributed to the Centennial Complex project.
H. Roger Hadley, MD, and Anthony J. Zuccarelli, PhD
School of Medicine dean H. Roger Hadley, MD (right), and Faculty of Graduate Studies interim dean Anthony J. Zuccarelli, PhD, release doves with their fellow deans.
Lowell Cooper, MDiv, MPH
Lowell Cooper, MDiv, MPH, chair of the Boards of Trustees, LLUAHSC, explains the significance of his shovel, which was used for a groundbreaking ceremony at the University’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Major contributors using shovels
Various officials and major contributors share the task of “turning over” the first shovels of dirt to kick off the Centennial Complex, a technologically advanced facility designed to serve students on campus from every school in the University.

TODAY news for Thursday, April 20, 2006