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John Chowning commends C/AC for Salute to Sgt. Dakota Meyer

Commends exemplary characterics of what is good and noble for our nation

John Chowning writes:
Congratulations to Columbia/Adair County on the recognition given to Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer. As many have stated, Sgt. Meyer's humility, courageous service, and concern for his colleagues are exemplary and characteristic of what is good and noble in our nation. All of us at Campbellsville University join in expressing heartfelt gratitude to Sgt. Meyer for his service to our country - and to all those who have served our nation.

Campbellsville University has also offered Sgt. Meyer a full-tuition scholarship as well. This offer was given to him during the recent celebration in Greensburg-Green County. We felt that this offer was the best manner in which we could join many others in saying thanks to Sgt. Meyer for his dedication and service.

Best regards,

John E. Chowning
Vice President for Church and External Relations
Executive Assistant to the President
Campbellsville University
Comments re photo 42115 Adair County salutes Sgt Dakota Meyer Day LWC Scholarship

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