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Sadie Hawkins success story: Gary & Doris McKinney Lane

Gary Lane writes:
My wife (Doris Jean McKinney) caught me at a Sadie Hawkins Day at Lindsey Wilson College in 1959. I went up a tree thinking she wouldn't climb it, but she did. We were married before Marring Sam on the steps of the Administration building. Some time after that, we started dating and the rest is history. We have been married 52 years and still visit Lindsey Wilson on a regular basis. Lot of memories there. - Gary Lane
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