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Making the Groundhog Proud

IUP will officially cut the ribbon for the Fairman Centre in downtown Punxsutawney on September 18, 2009.

Located along Mahoning Street, the Fairman Centre has retail space on the first floor of the building and residential space and classrooms for students in IUP’s Academy of Culinary Arts on the second and third floors. Total renovation costs for the 106-year-old, three-story, 24,669-square-foot building are estimated at $4.7 million. Work began in November 2006. In April, the Council of Trustees approved naming of the culinary library in the Fairman Centre as the Samuel R. and Elaine K. Light Culinary Library.