"This is an exciting and moving day," said CMU president Gerald Gerbrandt, adding that the university is "profoundly grateful to the Loewens for this donation." By accepting it, "we are committing ourselves to look after that property," he said, adding that it "will be a symbol and reminder of our commitment to take care of God's creation, a resource and learning centre for students and others.""Our exposure to this setting has meant much to us," said Loewen, 79. "It has enhanced our faith journey as we marvel at God's good creation. But now the time has come for us to pass on what we hold very dear in our hearts."
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