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Travel: Randy Burns leads Lindsey Wilson group to DC

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Randy Burns, Director of Alumni Relations, Lindsey Wilson College, sends back a travel report on the Alumna trip to Washington, DC, with the accompanying photos.

On the tour were Lynn "Blackie" Nixon, Columbia, KY and Hillsboro, Indiana; Danny Skaggs, Russell Springs, KY; Nina Nixon, Columbia and Hillsboro; Patty Skaggs, Brenda Harvey, all of Columbia; Jennifer Buckwalter, Dayton, OH; Kim Helm, Columbia; Alice Hadley, Columbia; Elizabeth Hardin; Dayton, OH; Sharon Bledsoe, Columbia; Barney Burns, Columbia; Maggie Ruth Anderson, Marrowbone, KY; Mary Anna Burns, Columbia; and Randy Burns, Columbia and Director of Alumni Relations, Lindsey Wilson College.

The tour includes visits to Monticello and Colonial Williamsburg. A good time has been had by all.




This story was posted on 2011-10-05 08:52:54
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