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Somerset United Methodists tour Begley Chapel

2013-02-15 - 302 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY - Photo By Duane Bonifer, LWC photo.
Members of First United Methodist Church of Somerset, KY, toured the Lindsey Wilson College A.P. White Campus Thursday afternoon. The group had lunch in the college's Roberta D. Cranmer Dining Center then toured the iconic John B. Begley Chapel, where they met with LWC Dean of the Chapel Terry Swan. Swan, who has been at the college for more than 25 years, briefed the visitors about the college's record-setting growth and also gave an overview of the Begley Chapel, which was designed by world-renowned chapel architect E. Fay Jones. Pictured with Swan in front of the Begley Chapel altar are First UMC of Somerset members Doris Collins, Jim Digby, JoAnn Digby, Marie Gosser, Marilyn Hinklin, Marvin Kinch, Priscilla Kinch, Hazel Ledford, Deloris Meece, Linda Rutherford, Pat Sayre and Mildred Strunk; First UMC of Somerset Director of Education and Children's Ministries Andrew Gilmore; and Maxine Walker of Columbia, sister of Marie Gosser. - Duane Bonifer

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