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ISP students visit the Heritage Fall Festival

By Shauna Jones
President of the LWC United Nations Club

The Lindsey Wilson College United Nations Club took a trip to Campbellsville for the Homeplace on Green River Fall Heritage Festival. The Fall Heritage Festival included petting farms, hiking trails, music shows, hay rides, and traditional American festival foods such as "Ribbon Taters" that some international and American students got to try for the first time.

The United Nations Club took 12 of its members to this event: Brandon Reed, De'jah Smith, Erik Crittenden, and Skylar Bailey from America, Tamaki Sawada and Marie Kurata from Japan, Rachel Reid from Ireland, and Mirae Kim, Sangwoo Park, Bokyung Kim, Doyeong Kim, and Boye Kim from South Korea.




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Cultural Exchange through local cuisine



2019-09-10 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Shauna Jones.
Rachel Reid from Ireland trying Ribbon Taters for the first time at Saturday's Fall Heritage Festival at Homeplace on Green River.

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ISP at HGR on Saturday



2019-09-10 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
The Lindsey Wilson College United Nations Club took a trip to Campbellsville for the Homeplace on Green River Fall Heritage Festival on Saturday. The United Nations Club includes, from the left: Doyeong Kim, Boye Kim, Bokyung Kim, Tamaki Sawada, De'jah Smith, Marie Kurata, Sangwoo Park, Mirae Kim, Brandon Reed, Rachel Reid, Erik Crittenden, Shauna Jones, and Skylar Bailey.

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