The proposed project will include an indoor arena, classrooms, and the opportunity to host rodeos and community events.
The following is portion of an article from the Miles City Star:
by Don Cogger
The proposed Ag Advancement Center project at Miles Community College took a major step forward this week, courtesy of the largest single donation in school history.
MCC issued a press release Tuesday, announcing an anonymous gift of $1 million toward the Ag Advancement Center. MCC President Stacy Klippenstein said he was overwhelmed by the donor’s generosity, and is excited for the project to move forward.
“We knew this project was going to be a marathon, not a sprint,” Klippenstein said. “With our original plan, we were looking at probably a two- to three-year project, from raising funds to the actual build. But with a million dollars already dedicated, plus other smaller donations we already have in place, we are close to being halfway there.
“To be at this point this early in a major campaign like this is pretty incredible.”
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Source: Miles City Star
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