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Kentucky Adventure class visits L&N museum, Ed Diddle Statue

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By Dana Harmon

On Wednesday afternoon, April 2, 2008, the Kentucky Adventure class from 21st CCLC Camp Casey visited the Historic L & N Railpark and Museum in Bowling Green, KY and got to see the Ed Diddle Statue in front of Diddle Arena on the campus of Western Kentucky University.

They had dinner at the Downing University Center on the Campus of WKU.


This class is made up of 3rd grade students who learn about the history and geography of Kentucky then go visit some of the places of interest.

Mrs. Pam Geisselhardt has bravely led this group on a number of trips around the state so far this year.

The purpose of this activity is to not only teach students about our state, but to instill in them a sense of pride in being a Kentuckian.

We think it's working!


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Kentucky Adventure class at statue of famous Adair Countian



2008-04-04 - Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY - Photo By Beat Geisselhardt.
KENTUCKY ADVENTURE CLASS from Camp Casey visited the statue of Coach E.A. Diddle in front of Diddle Arena on their visit Wednesday, April 2, 2008. They learned that Mr. Diddle was born on March 12, 1895, in Gradyville, Adair County, Kentucky, and that he was one of America's all time great basketball coaches, as well as a one of a kind personality. Their teacher is Pam Geisselhardt, in the photo above. The Kentucky Adventurers are, from left, Grant Cockerham, Kassidy Roy, Michael Mackenzie, Garret Waggener, Grant Cockerham, Makala Slater, Katy Roy, and Sara Dunbar, Zakia Miller.

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Camp Casey KY Adventure Class on board L&N passenger car



2008-04-04 - Bowling Green, KY - Photo By Beat Geisselhardt.
KY ADVENTURE STUDENTS from Camp Casey on the oldest surviving passenger car manufactured by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. The car was built in 1911. It is made of wood and in 1942 was rebuilt by adding steel exterior sheeting. It is 76' 7' long with a 12'' 6' observation platform. Waving goodbye, but not really, are, from left, Grant Cockerham, Michael Mackenzie, Noah Ollery, Garret Waggener, Makala Slater (barely visible), Katy Roy, Zakia Miller, Lauren Talley, Kassidy Roy and Sara Dunbar. This Kentucky Adventure took place Wednesday, April 2, 2008, with teacher Pam Geisselhardt in charge.

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