Alice Cooper has announced plans to develop a teen center on the campus of Grand Canyon University. The “School’s Out” singer’s Solid Rock Foundation, a Christian non-profit organization, announced plans to build a 20,000-square-foot teen activity center on the university grounds in Phoenix. “With Grand Canyon’s support, we are fulfilling a vision we’ve had for several years — to provide teens and children with a central place to learn, have fun, and explore their creativity in a supportive environment,” Cooper said in a statement. The center, nicknamed “The Rock,” will feature a concert hall, recording studio, game room, coffee house, rock climbing walls, sound room, and indoor basketball courts. Construction is set to begin in 2007.
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