Groundbreaking for the $35 million Els Center of Excellence — two schools, a golf driving range, auditorium, athletic field, swimming pool and future areas for medical research — is planned for April and opening is scheduled for the 2015 school year.
“This will be a flagship for education for the autism community,” said Mary Kay Willson, tournament director for the Ernie Els Foundation.
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