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Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex dedication today Fri -29 Sep 2017

At 3pmCT, at 200 Block of Bomar Heights
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By Venus Popplewell, LWC Director of Public Relations

COLUMBIA, KY - Lindsey Wilson College will honor beloved Columbia physician and longtime LWC supporter and alumnus at a dedication ceremony today.

The Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex, will be dedicated at the entrance to the park in the 200 Block of Bomar Heights, Columbia, KY. The ceremony will take place today, Friday, September 29 at 3pmCT.



For many years Dr. Aaron allowed the Lindsey Wilson cycling program to develop and train on the property located behind the former Aaron Medical Center. The cycling complex provided a venue for the team to begin hosting cycling events in 2008. After Aaron's death in 2016, the property was auctioned and Lindsey Wilson College became the official owner.

"Without the property the LWC cycling program would not have the success that we have each year," says Lindsey Wilson cycling coach Charles Mooney. "It has allowed us to develop our own field of dreams within the cycling world."

Dr. Aaron attended Lindsey Wilson College in 1970. He is a lifelong proponent of LWC athletic and academic programs - notably, the LWC nursing program.



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Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex dedication Fri 29 Sep 2017



2017-09-29 - Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex, 908 Connie Street Columbia, KY - Photo from Venus Popplewell, Director of Public Relations, LWC.
Beloved Columbia physician and longtime Lindsey Wilson College supporter will be honored, Friday, September 29 at 3pmCT at the Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex dedication ceremony, at the Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex Bomar Heights entrance, in 200 Block Bomar Heights, Columbia, KY.

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