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February 3, 2013 — Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs announced that Foot Levelers Inc. recently donated $130,000 from the Monte Greenawalt Foundation toward its $750,000 pledge to Logan’s Montgomery Health Center renovation and off-campus Southfield Health Center. Both facilities feature Foot Levelers clinics.
Kent S. Greenawalt, president and CEO of Foot Levelers, informed Logan President George A. Goodman, DC, FICC, about the gift last spring. “In honor of my father, and on behalf of the Monte Greenawalt Foundation, I am pleased to make an investment in the future chiropractors and the facilities at Logan College. I look forward to watching these chiropractors develop and grow the profession,” said Greenawalt.
The opening of the Southfield Health Center and renovation of the Montgomery Health Center were key components of Logan’s ongoing improvement and enhancement of its students’ educational experience. “Foot Levelers’ continued generosity on behalf of Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs ensures the continued excellence of Logan’s programs,” said Goodman. “Their support is truly invaluable for Logan to fulfill its mission of providing world-class chiropractic education.”
Logan opened Southfield, its expanded 6,200 square-foot health center, in south St. Louis County in late summer 2011. It includes a Foot Levelers Clinic and a Biofreeze Sports & Rehabilitation Center, the first satellite center located off of Logan’s 112-acre main Chesterfield campus
The $1.4 million renovation project of the on-campus Montgomery Health Center was completed in April 2012 and involved a floor-to-ceiling updating of the 13,000 square-foot health center. It also includes a Foot Levelers Clinic and the Logan Student Health Center.
Source: Logan College of Chiropractic, logan.edu