Alice Cooper Announced Plans to Develop A Teen Center
Musician Alice Cooper has revealed plans to develop a teen center on the campus of Grand Canyon University. The singer's Solid Rock Foundation, a Christian non-profit organization, has begun fundraising efforts for a 20,000-square-foot teen activity center on the university grounds in Phoenix.
The $3 million center, called The Rock, will feature a concert hall, recording studio, game room, coffee house, rock climbing walls, sound room, and indoor basketball courts. Construction is set to begin in 2007.
"With Grand Canyon's support, we are fulfilling a vision we've had for several years, to provide teens and children with a central place to learn, have fun, and explore their creativity in a supportive environment," Cooper said in a statement.
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