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Thanks to a generous gift of $200,000 from Northeastern State University alumni Jesse and Marilyn Gailey, NSU-Muskogee will open a multifunctional living skills teaching laboratory. University officials, members of the Gailey family, Muskogee community members and allied health partners gathered for the announcement, from left, Mark Gailey, NSU President Steve Turner, Marilyn Gailey, Muskogee Mayor Bob Coburn, NSU Dean of the College of Science & Health Professions Dr. Martin Venneman and NSU Dean of NSU-Muskogee Dr. Tim McElroy.

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