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The University of Providence is officially celebrating a $25 Million investment. The school is now  expanding and marking the day with a groundbreaking ceremony. 

Mayor Bob Kelly, the board of trustees, and officials from the University of Providence Saint Joseph Health Care were just some of the witnesses to the historic ground breaking. 
President Tony Aretz said they are excited to provide new and better resources, like a new classroom, lecture hall, and collaboration rooms,just to name a few. Shane Eztwiler, president of Great Falls Chamber of Commerce, said the expansion is just what the city needs and because of the new resources, students will want to stay in the city instead of leaving for college.

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