Kennesaw Council Expected to Support Swift-Cantrell Wellness Station

Life University has offered to pay for the equipment in exchange for permanent naming rights.

Life University wants to leave its imprint at Swift-Cantrell Park.

And if all goes according to plan, a wellness station at the Kennesaw park will be named after the Marietta university, which has offered to donate the $35,000 needed to cover the cost of the equipment.

The Kennesaw City Council at 6:30 p.m. tonight is expected to authorize a resolution "to approve and support the permanent naming of the Life University Wellness Station at Swift-Cantrell Park," according to the council's agenda.

The city's parks and recreation department backs the plan, which would give Life a presence at all 5K races, Fit City events, Program Palooza and two movie events for a 3-year period beginning in 2013.

A final legal agreement will be brought to the mayor and council once Life approves the partnership.

In September,  that will be used toward exercise stations.

Open the PDF under the photo for the complete agenda of tonight's council meeting.

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