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Dedication day for Ransdell Chapel at Campbellsville University

2007-04-17 - Campbellsville University .
Today the long-awaited Ransdell Chapel will be dedicated on the campus of Campbellsville University in a special morning ceremony. It is shown here in a side view during its last phase of construction. The little meditation chapel will remain at the back of the new structure. The new facility was the dream of president Michael V. Carter when he first came to CU in 1998. He said, "We so thank George and Marie Ransdell for their passion for the chapel and for young people." The 800-seat chapel is expected to be filled with students, faculty, staff and friends attending to celebrate the completed landmark and to honor the Ransdells and some 400 other donors who made the chapel possible. (CU photo by Linda Waggener, assistant director of university communications).

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