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Ransdell Chapel at CU - a quiet moment at a busy place

2013-09-22 - Ransdell Chapel, 401 N Hoskins, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Ransdell Chapel at Campbellsville University has had only one or two quiet moments, as this photo shows, since classes started August 27, 2013, It has quickly become the hub of welcome and spiritual growth for all who attend, perform or visit the campus from the start of a new semester and throughout the year. In another life perhaps Ed and I will be able to do what George and Marie Ransdell have done for CU, or what the Fugittes, Goodins and Holloways and a special few others have done for Lindsey Wilson College, by giving a lead gift and a challenge for an inspirational building. This is a thank-you to all of those families for their sacrificial sharing and giving. -- Linda Waggener

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