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Lindsey Wilson student teachers honored with tea

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By Duane Bonifer, LWC Director of Public Relations

The Lindsey Wilson College chapter of the Kentucky Education Association-Student Program hosted a tea Wednesday afternoon, April 27, 2010, in the Norma & Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship for the colleges 26 student-teachers. The student teachers heard a keynote talk from LWC Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management Dean Adams - who is a former teacher - who encouraged them to remain a candle of inspiration to their students.



The student teachers who were honored were: Jessica Antle of Russell Springs, KY; Brandon Bennett of Columbia; Chelsea Boger of Jamestown, Ky.; Rex Booth of Brownsville, KY; Heather Clouse of Corbin, KY; Courtney Coomer of Gradyville, KY; Kayla Corbin of Columbia; Carrie Cowherd of Campbellsville, KY;; Brent Cundiff of Glens Fork, KY; Jared Criswell of Monticello, KY; Lucas Dalton of Albany, KY; Natalie Godbey of Liberty, KY;Samantha Hadley of Russell Springs, KY; Anna-Catharine Hook of Louisville, KY; Tracy Howard of Bowling Green, KY; Allison LaBoyteaux of Campbellsville, KY; Sara Lewis of Columbia; Mary Mitchum of Columbia; Gabrielle Read of Elizabethtown, KY; Joshua Robinson of Liberty, KY; Amanda Sepulveda of Vine Grove, KY; Brook Shelton of Columbia; Lee Sumner of Science Hill, KY; Shannon Taylor of Columbia; Billie K. Wilson of Columbia; and Candace Young of Campbellsville, KY.

The were joined by Associate Professor of Education Melissa Saunier-Arnold, KEA-SP adviser; Associate Professor of Education Larry Ennis; education division administrative assistant Kachet Manners; education instructor Rita Marshall; Associate Professor of Physical Education Ted Phillips; and Associate Professor of Education and Education Division Chair Janette Ralston. -Duane Bonifer


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Lindsey Wilson student teachers honored with tea



2010-04-29 - Photo by Duane Bonifer. LWC photo. 422 Helen Flatt DR, Columbia, KY
The Lindsey Wilson College chapter of the Kentucky Education Association-Student Program hosted a tea Wednesday afternoon, April 27, 2010, in the Norma & Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship for the colleges 26 student-teachers. The student teachers who were honored were, not necessarily in order, Jessica Antle of Russell Springs, KY; Brandon Bennett of Columbia; Chelsea Boger of Jamestown, Ky.; Rex Booth of Brownsville, KY; Heather Clouse of Corbin, KY; Courtney Coomer of Gradyville, KY; Kayla Corbin of Columbia; Carrie Cowherd of Campbellsville, KY;; Brent Cundiff of Glens Fork, KY; Jared Criswell of Monticello, KY; Lucas Dalton of Albany, KY; Natalie Godbey of Liberty, KY;Samantha Hadley of Russell Springs, KY; Anna-Catharine Hook of Louisville, KY; Tracy Howard of Bowling Green, KY; Allison LaBoyteaux of Campbellsville, KY; Sara Lewis of Columbia; Mary Mitchum of Columbia; Gabrielle Read of Elizabethtown, KY; Joshua Robinson of Liberty, KY; Amanda Sepulveda of Vine Grove, KY; Brook Shelton of Columbia; Lee Sumner of Science Hill, KY; Shannon Taylor of Columbia; Billie K. Wilson of Columbia; and Candace Young of Campbellsville, KY. They were joined by Associate Professor of Education Melissa Saunier-Arnold, KEA-SP adviser; Associate Professor of Education Larry Ennis; education division administrative assistant Kachet Manners; education instructor Rita Marshall; Associate Professor of Physical Education Ted Phillips; and Associate Professor of Education and Education Division Chair Janette Ralston. -Duane Bonifer

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