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Adair Countians at Reception for Columbia artist Cora Renfro



2011-10-15 - Art Gallery, 205A University Drive, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. CU photo.
A reception is being held to honor Adair County Artist Cora Renfro center at Campbellsville University's Art Gallery. Renfro is the featured artist for todays Alumni Art Exhibit. With her, above, are, from left Adair Countians Bob and Wendy Burt, (Renfro), and Susan and Dwayne Loy. The reception, which started at 9amCT, continues until 1pmCT, today. Clicking Read More accesses Detailed Schedule of Homecoming Activities. -LINDA WAGGENER


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