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The W. Charles, Sr. and Eleanor Clement Paradee Center in Dover is a 10,000-square-foot, Georgian-style building on Route 113, which since 1998 has given the University of Delaware a presence and visibility in Kent County. The Paradee Center is a hub for educational programming for the University, business, government, and civic and corporate institutions throughout the county. The facility has a conference room, two UD classrooms, two classrooms scheduled and coordinated by the state of Delaware, and accommodates UD Cooperative Extension staff . Extension disciplines represented in Dover include youth development commercial agriculture, animal science, renewable resources, family and consumer sciences and home gardening.