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Bishop Canevin A Jesuit-inspired High School

Michael Maloney ’72 Fitness Center

Support the Michael Maloney ’72

Fitness Center

 

 

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Bishop Canevin High School has been given a very generous donation to create a fitness center in honor of Michael Maloney ’72. 

 

The gift was given by Patty Gorski in memory of her brother.  She fondly recalls “Michael enjoyed football, basketball and track and field.” Classmate Andy Aloe agreed.  “Michael would be pleased to help today’s students in this way.”

 

The 1,400 square-foot fitness center will be housed in renovated space just off the school’s main entrance, near the gymnasium.  “We are committed to upgrading our facilities,” said Mr. Michael Joyce, Principal. “Athletes and students in physical education classes will both benefit.”

 

The renovated room will be air-conditioned. Plans include rubber flooring suitable for weights and fitness, new exterior windows, LED lighting, drywall, and oak and glass entry doors.  “This will benefit the entire student body,” echoed Mr. Dale Checketts, Bishop Canevin’s Athletic Director. 

 

The renovation also includes a 340 square-foot kitchenette to prepare refreshments for home games and other events in the gym. The project provides new cabinets, countertops, sink, and tile flooring.

 

 

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Funding Needed: $76,000

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The lead gift covers nearly 60% of the $185,000 renovation.  The fund drive needs just $76,000 to fully fund the renovation.

 

“Cardio and weight equipment have already been donated by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Amerifit Gym and Robinson Physical Fitness,” explained Mr. Checketts. “We just need the space to utilize it all.”


“It’s a new day at Canevin,” clai
ms Mr. Joyce, now in his second year.  “Our graduates know there is a rich history here, and for that I am thankful. This is just one of a series of projects underway that improves our offerings and helps grow enrollment.” 

 

 

 

 

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Every Gift Helps!

Choose Single Donation or 10-Month Plan 

 

Our goal is to have $76,000 committed by December 15, 2019. 

 

That done, bids will be solicited in the first quarter of 2020, with construction begun in June and completed for the fall 2020 semester. 

 

Choose a single-pay option or a 10-month plan.

 
The overall goal for the Fitness Center was $185,000.
 
Pledges made   $  32,000
Cash Received: $122,124
Total                                                           $154,124
Left to Raise                                                $30,876
 
We will be recognizing various donors who commit to certain levels of support:
Platinum: $2,500 and above
Gold: $1,000 to $2,499
Silver: $500 to $999.
 
A donor can meet these levels through a single gift or a 10-month pledge.  For example, 10 payments of $50 a month will be recognized at the "Silver" level.

 

 

 

Make a gift via credit card or PayPal. 

 

Want to make a recurring monthly payment?  

You will find that option near the end of the checkout procedure.

 

For alternative giving plans, download, and print a Fitness Center Pledge Form.

 

Be sure to look for our sign marking the space if you are in the building! Its down the G side hallway off the main lobby!

 

 

Make a gift via credit card or PayPal. 

 

Want to make a recurring monthly payment?  

You will find that option near the end of the checkout procedure.