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Dickinson Center holds ribbon-cutting

September 28, 2012

Photo by Gian DeLoia - Dickinson Center, Inc. CEO Jack Goga cuts a ribbon alongside Robert Hallstrom of Hallstrom Construction, Rep. Matt Gabler [R-Clearfield/Elk], vice-chairperson Fran Kuhns, former CEO Jack Yates, and Deborah Pontzer from Congressman Glenn Thompson's [R-5] office in recognition of the new 28,200-square-foot facility located along Boot Jack Road in Ridgway. Backing Goga are Dickinson employees, community leaders and numerous government officials.

A historic ribbon-cutting ceremony for Dickinson Center, Inc.'s new behavioral health facility was held Friday afternoon at 43 Servidea Dr. in Ridgway.
Prior to the ribbon-cutting, a formal presentation was led by Dickinson CEO Jack Goga to acknowledge those who were instrumental in the development of the 28,200-square-foot facility.

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