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During a basketball practice at Turnstone in February 2013, Eduardo Lopez-Quintana, 13, shoots the ball while teammate A. J. Hummer, left, and Assistant Coach Neal Niezer look on.

Turnstone Center seeks $14.1 million expansion

Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities Inc. is seeking a $14.1 million expansion that would allow sporting and related activities at the campus to grow.

In a Fort Wayne Plan Commission filing this week, the non-profit organization said it envisions a 125,000-square-foot addition at its 3320 N. Clinton St. location. A new fieldhouse would include a warm-water therapy pool and related equipment, health and wellness space, and associated offices.

Turnstone CEO Nancy Louraine said the facility is the fourth-largest Paralympics sports club in the United States. It serves 2,200 individuals and their families annually.

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