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Giant praying hands at Campbellsville University

2014-08-25 - Stapp Lawn, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg.
Otto Tennant, left and Rob Roberts stand beside the giant, 10-ft tall praying hands sculpted by a wood carver from the base of a tree which had to be removed earlier this year on Stapp Lawn on the campus of Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY. If ever a photo was worth a thousand words, this is. it's hard to believe the detail in the hands; it's impossible not to be moved with awe when you see it. Tennant is Vice President or Finance at Campbellsville University; Roberts is head of Grounds Keeping and is he man responsible for he highly acclaimed landscaping which has visitors coming from far and wide just to see his work. The photo was taken today at around 4pmET. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications, FM 92.7 The WAVE, and FM 99.9, the Big Dawg.

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