Cardinal Scale presented Crowder College-Webb City officials with a check for $40,000, a donation that will be matched in the $1.5 million fund raising effort to complete Dawson-Spencer Hall for a fall 2014 opening. The new building is located on the eastern part of the current campus at 600 S. Ellis St., Webb City. The building will house a 9,000 square foot FEMA safe room which also will serve as classroom space. The additional building will house the occupational therapy assistant program with its own classroom and lab, plus nine classrooms, two computer labs, a conference room, study areas and office suite. The 22,000 square foot addition will provide much needed space for students, faculty and staff at the Webb City facility. (L-R) are Brad Baker; Dr. Jennifer Methvin, incoming Crowder president; Cindy Branscum, Crowder Foundation; David Perry and Rebecca Perry of Cardinal Scale; Cyndi Adamson, Crowder College's Webb City director and Karen Latimer, Jim Dawson and Glen Dolence, members of the fundraising committee for the Webb City project.