The CORE breaks ground
7 Dec 2016
Collaboration served as the core of the CORE, according to Hobbs Mayor Sam Cobb.
Ceremonial groundbreaking for the Center of Recreational Excellence, formerly called the Health, Wellness and Learning Center, drew more than 300 people Monday afternoon.
Cobb told the attendants he hopes the successful construction of this $63.5 million facility will teach future generations the importance of collaboration.
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