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    Unity College administrators and staff exit the Sky Lodge in Moose River to tour the property that includes a 7,500-square-foot former hunting lodge, 16 buildings that include a conference center, antique auto and model train museums, a theater, cabins, a fitness center and 150 acres of land. The property was given to the college by John and Elaine Couri.

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    Unity College administrators and staff assemble in the Great Room inside the Sky Lodge in Moose River before touring the property recently. The property was donated to the environmental college by John and Elaine Couri and consists of the 7,500-square-foot former hunting lodge, 16 buildings that include a conference center, antique auto and model train museums, a theater, cabins, a fitness center and 150 acres of land.

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    A photograph of the historic Sky Lodge building under construction in 1929. Owners John and Elaine Couri recently donated the property to Unity College.

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    Unity College administrators and staff enjoy lunch in the lavishly decorated dining room at the Sky Lodge in Moose River prior to touring the property. The historical property was recently donated to the college by John and Elaine Couri.

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    Unity College President Melik Peter Khoury, left, and former Sky Lodge owner John Couri sit beside one of the fireplaces in the Great Room during a tour of the property in Moose River recently. Couri and wife, Elaine, donated the property to the college.

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    Clay Oliver watches from above as he controls the model trains below in the railroad museum at the Sky Lodge property in Moose River recently. Owners John and Elaine Couri have donated the property to Unity College. College officials plan to develop programs that will take advantage of the opportunities presented by the property infrastructure.

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    Unity College administrators and staff inspect the working model train exhibit that features several trains and mechanized working figures and equipment set through detailed towns and cities in the railroad museum at the Sky Lodge in Moose River. The property was recently donated to the college by owners John and Elaine Couri.

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    Unity College administrators and staff inspect the working model train exhibit that features several trains and mechanized working figures and equipment set through detailed towns and cities in the railroad museum at the Sky Lodge in Moose River. The property was recently donated to the college by owners John and Elaine Couri.

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    Unity College administrators and staff watch a video in the theater at the Sky Lodge property in Moose River recently.

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    Unity College administrators and staff tour the fitness center at the Sky Lodge property in Moose River recently donated to the college.

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    John Couri, center, former owner of Sky Lodge in Moose river, joined Unity College administrators and staff for lunch before touring the property recently. Couri and his wife, Elaine, donated the property to the college.

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    Unity College President Melik Peter Khoury discusses new academic programs made possible by the recently donated Sky Lodge property in Moose River. College administrators and staff toured the property given to the college by John and Elaine Couri.

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    Unity College's Pieter deHart, dean of the School of Environmental Citizenship, looks over a 1929 Packard Holbrook town car and a 1965 Mustang convertible inside the antique car museum at the Sky Lodge property in Moose River recently. The extensive property was donated to the college by John and Elaine Couri.

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    Unity College President Melik Peter Khoury, left, and Elaine and John Couri sit inside the Great Room of the Sky Lodge in Moose River recently. The Couris donated the property to the college, which college officials have said will enhance the college's environmental, experiential programs.

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