The ribbon cutting for the new buildings at Camp Ashland took place on Friday.

ASHLAND, Neb. (Nebraska) — Camp Ashland cuts the ribbon on seven new buildings that were built to replace those damaged or destroyed by floods in 2019.

This is a $35 million project that is part of the $62 million for flood repairs.

Major General Daryl Bohak spoke about the lessons learned from resilience.

“Not a single class has been cancelled. Not a single course was missed. Not a single student was turned down. Even though we had to move and go to other places, the men and women of 209 and the command of the training center ensured that this did not happen. ‘ Bohok said.

Pillen, along with Senators Deb Fisher and Pete Ricketts, joined the National Guard for ribbon cutting on Friday.


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