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LW/Scottsville kicks off spring fundraiser

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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College

The Lindsey Wilson College-Scottsville Campus kicked off its spring fund-raising drive Tuesday with a Fat Tuesday celebration at Lyric on Main, 118 E. Main Street, The event raised almost $4,000 for scholarships for students who attend the LWC-Scottsville Campus. The spring fund drive will be held through early summer. - Duane Bonifer

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Mayor Rob Cline at LWC/Scottsville, KY Fat Tuesday event

2012-02-23 - Scottsville, KY - Photo LWC photo. The Lindsey Wilson College-Scottsville Campus crowned its Fat Tuesday king and queen during its Tuesday kick-off of its spring scholarship drive at Lyric on Main, 118 E. Main. From left: Linda Cline of Scottsville; Chuck Bennett of Scottsville, who was crowned king; Gail Bennet of Scottsville, who was crowned queen; Scottsville Mayor Rob Cline; and LWC-Scottsville Campus Director Dorinda Livesay.
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