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Published May 01, 2012, 12:17 PM

Dakota Medical Foundation building $4.5 million conference center in south Fargo

FARGO – Dakota Medical Foundation is building a $4.5 million conference and meeting center that will accommodate large “town hall” gatherings for health organizations and nonprofits.

By: Patrick Springer, INFORUM

FARGO – Dakota Medical Foundation is building a $4.5 million conference and meeting center that will accommodate large “town hall” gatherings for health organizations and nonprofits.

The new center is under construction south of West Acres at the corner of 42nd Street and 28th Avenue South and will be finished early next year.

The building will serve as an incubator for health solutions and to help nonprofits solve their problems, Pat Traynor, president of Dakota Medical Foundation said Tuesday.

The one-story building, encompassing 18,824 square feet, will include multiple conference rooms, a board room, and a large training center that can accommodate 200 participants “town hall” style.

The building also will include a kitchen-classroom for healthy eating seminars, with high-tech conferencing capabilities so workshops and webinars can be viewed at other locations.

Read Wednesday’s Forum for more on the story.

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