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Blessing of the Animals, Saturday 3 October 2015

Phil Hanna writes, "Come celebrate the blessing of God's creatures! Bring your dogs, cat, hamsters, rabbits, birds, or fish to a special worship service done in the tradition of St. Francis of Assisi, Patron Saint of Animals and Ecology."

Day and Date: Saturday October 3rd, 2015, from 9amCT to 11amCT.
Place: Lindsey Wilson College amphitheater next to the Cralle Student Union Building.
Parking in the Cranmer Dining Center parking lot, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY.

We ask that all pets be leashed, in cages, carriers, or otherwise under your control. Please, no aggressive or dangerous pets. Bring pictures of larger pets or animals, living or deceased, to share in an album and in the blessings in which we celebrate their presence in our lives.

Sponsored by the Lindsey Wilson College Chaplain's Office, the college Lecture and Arts Series, and the Columbia Rotary Club.

Questions: Contact Phil Hanna 270-384-8250 or 270-634-2359 cell, or, or Carol Weddle, 270-384-7318.

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