K-REDI gives $100K for ATSU’s proposed new dental schoolPosted: December 15, 2010
On December 14, Kirksville Regional Economic Development, Inc. (K-REDI) made a $100,000 donation to Community Friends for ATSU Dental. This group of Kirksville community leaders has been charged with raising $1 million by February 1, 2011 to bring ATSU’s proposed new dental school to Kirksville.
With this donation, the group has raised $432,000. Thus far, Northeast Regional Medical Center has donated $100,000, Kirksville Dental Group has pledged $20,000, and many others have made pledges through Community Friends for ATSU Dental.
Photographed are Ranee Brayton, co-chair, Community Friends for ATSU Dental; Jack Magruder, A.T. Still University President; Bill Lymer, K-REDI board president; and Larry Gardner, co-chair, Community Friends for ATSU Dental.
To make a pledge or gift, visit communityfriendsforatsudental.org.