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Bethany Activity and Wellness Center rendering

Mayo Clinic Health System to Partner with Bethany for new Wellness Center

Bethany Lutheran College (BLC) and Mayo Clinic Health System (MCHS) in Mankato are announcing a partnership that will see MCHS providing support for the new Bethany Activity and Wellness Center. The 84,000 square foot facility is currently under construction at the corner of Marsh and Division Streets on the BLC campus in Mankato. The building…

Architects computer generated image of the Student Activity and Wellness Center as viewed from the front.

Bethany Activity and Wellness Center Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking for the Wellness and Activity Center will take place at the construction site near the corner of Marsh and Division Streets on November 9, 2021, at 10:30 a.m. The Public is invited to participate in the event. Video Photos

Architects computer generated image of the Student Activity and Wellness Center as viewed from the front.

Bethany to break ground for Student Activity and Wellness Center

Bethany Lutheran College is pleased to announce the construction of a new on-campus Student Activity and Wellness Center. The 83,000 square foot facility will be utilized by the entire Bethany campus population providing much needed spaces for students, athletes, and educational and community events alike. The Activity Center will include a six-lane track, jumping spaces…

Mankato East boy's soccer player along with 2 opponents, playing soccer on the artificial turf field at Bethany

New Soccer Field A Regional Asset

While college sports at Bethany are taking a break this fall due to the pandemic, local high school soccer teams in the Mankato community are enjoying the opportunity to make use of Bethany’s new state-of-the-art field. Three Mankato high schools, East, Loyola, and West have played games on the new Bethany field. The Mankato East…

Bethany soccer field from center stripe.

Athletic Field Nearing Completion

Progress continues on Bethany’s new soccer field/athletic complex. Site work began in early May 2019 and is scheduled to wrap up in late September. Since construction began on the project, crews have completely dismantled the old baseball field, constructed two new parking lots adjacent to the athletic complex, added dozens of trees and shrubs to…

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