Larry Moore Nursing & Administration Building Open House – A First Look

Larry Moore Nursing & Administration Building Open House – A First Look

The ribbon cutting for the Larry Moore Nursing & Administration Building was held today at 1 p.m. with several hundred faculty, staff, students and friends of the university in attendance. Although it was evident that not every nail had been driven and not every tree has yet been planted, there was still plenty of wonderful sights to see in the new building. And many people, especially in administration and in nursing, were excited about the event. Here are a few photos from the afternoon, which don’t represent everything and everyone.

The new Larry Moore Nursing & Administration Building had its ribbon cutting and dedication on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

The Keene Chamber of Commerce were one of many groups represented at the ribbon cutting.

Inside the entrance, in the rotunda, is a plaque acknowledging all those who contributed $1,000 or more to the building project.

A hallway leading to classrooms in the partially unfinished nursing area.

View from the top of the stairs in the rotunda.

View from the President’s office.

Top of the stairs. Behind Dr. George Perry is where the painting moved from Pechero’s lobby now resides.

Inside the president’s new office.

A conference room in the administrative wing upstairs.

The rotunda upstairs.

The common room for advancement offices.

Office for the vice president for advancement.

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