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Hershey Med Center gets $3M donation for children's hospital

A $3 million donation by a Lebanon
couple has enabled Penn
State Milton
S. Hershey
Medical Center
to reach its minimum fundraising goal for a new children’s hospital.

A $3 million donation by a Lebanon
couple has enabled Penn
State Milton
S. Hershey
Medical Center
to reach its minimum fundraising goal for a new children’s hospital.

The gift, from Edward H. and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold, pushed the
campaign to the $65 million mark. Staff and dignitaries on Nov.13 broke ground for the $206.5 million Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital; construction is
expected to start in February.

The Arnolds, who are vice chairmen of the Penn State Hershey
Children’s Hospital Campaign Committee, have contributed more than $8
million to the project, according to the medical center.

“We remain committed to seeing the new Penn State Hershey Children’s
Hospital become a reality for the families and children in our area,” Jeanne
Arnold said in a statement. “Through our experiences, both as patients and as
volunteers, we have come to have a deep respect and love for the medical center
and all that it represents.”

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