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Lindsey Wilson Bonners Program honored at Somerset

2013-05-28 - The Center for Rural Development, 2292 U.S. 27 #300 Somerset, KY 42501 - Photo by Duane Bonifer. Members of the Lindsey Wilson College Bonner Scholars Porgram receive a 2013 Appalachian Leaders in Education Award from Forward in the Fifth at the Center for Rural Development in Somerset, KY. From left: Forward in the Fifth Board Chair Dessie Bowling; LWC Bonner Scholar Lydia Tiller of Columbia; LWC Bonner Scholar Saundra Winn of Marion, KY; Forward in the Fifth Executive Director Jim Tackett; LWC Director of Civic Engagement and Student Leadership Amy Thompson-Wells; Bonner Scholars Program Coordinator Cherise Mingus; LWC Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management Dean Adams; and Adair County Schools 21st Century Director Dana Harmon. - Duane Bonner
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