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Give: Memorial Benches

For Armstrong students, faculty, and staff the arboretum serves as an oasis. The campus, particularly the academic quad area, provides quiet, shady corners dotted with benches ideal for a moment of reflection or study.

With a gift of $2,500 you can establish a bench in memory or in honor of a colleague or loved one, providing a peaceful place to pause amid the bustle of campus life. 

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