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Mayor Young: Wear navy Thu 23 March 2017 for Quentin Goodin

Taylor County residents are going to see a lot of navy blue tomorrow, Thursday, March 22, 2017, if the county seat leadership has anything to do with it. The call was posted today along with a thanks to the community for helping raise funds to get his family to California for the game.

Official statement from Mayor Tony Young:
"The Mayor and City of Campbellsville would like to encourage everyone to wear navy on Thursday in support of Campbellsville's own, Quentin Goodin.

"Quentin is a freshman starter for Xavier and they will be playing in the NCAA Sweet 16 tournament Thursday at 10pmET on TBS.

"We would also like to thank everyone for the support they have shown in helping with the expenses of getting the family to California to see him play.

"It is such an honor to be part of a town that comes together in support of one another!"

-- Campbellsville, KY Mayor Tony Young

This story was posted on 2017-03-22 11:13:39
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