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At CU Crazy Love Bible Study Luncheon



2014-02-27 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Chris Megginson, Campbellsville University. Attending the Crazy Love Bible Study luncheon at CU were from left: Dr. Michael V. Carter, Dr. Ted Taylor, Sheri Taylor, Sherry Bowen, Marissa Rhemet, Audrey Wunderlich, Meg Brown, Bailey Foxworth, Michael Newton, Ryu Ballard, Mallory Vest, Jordan Cornett and Shirley Cheatham. Back row - John Deener, Larry Bowen, Greg Gover, Jason England, Eric Gilbert, Mandy Gilbert, Ed Pavy, Vicky McKinley, Wade Harris, Mark McKinley, Dr. John Hurtgen, Brad Lauer, Jim Hardy and Dr. Frank Cheatham. -From Campbellsville University
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