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In Bloom: Purple Iris


2021-05-12 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Marie Freeman.
Marie sends this photo of a purple iris that bloomed today, with the quote "Flowers are the sweetest things that God ever made, and forgot to put a soul into." --Henry Ward Beecher, as quoted by E. D. Procter, in Life Thoughts, 1858


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Once upon a time... Gas rationing


2021-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Mike Watson.
Mike writes, "Many of us think we need to be on the road far more than we actually do. Of course many drive long distances to work, or as part of their job. But there was a time when gas was in far more short supply than now, as this article indicates, from the Adair County News, 22 March 1944, at the height of our involvement in World War II."


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Canada and Self


2021-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
Sidney Canada, a Christian ministries and human services & counseling graduate, and Felicia Self, a bachelor of science in nursing graduate, pose for a photo together immediately following Lindsey Wilson College's Spring Commencement last Friday. The commencement ceremony at Blue Raider Stadium was the first in college history to be held outdoors.


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LWC first-ever outdoor commencement


2021-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
LWC Class of 2021 graduates celebrate their accomplishment at Blue Raider Stadium during the college's first-ever outdoor commencement ceremony last Friday. There were three separate outdoor ceremonies held at Blue Raider Stadium and one optional virtual ceremony in order to follow CDC social distancing guidelines. This was the liberal arts college's 113th commencement ceremony.


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Graduation elbow bump


2021-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
Human services and counseling graduate Brandon Reed elbow bumps President William T. Luckey Jr., in lieu of the handshake as he is recognized for his accomplishment during LWC's spring commencement.

The ceremony Reed took part in was the college's first-ever outdoor commencement and was one of four separate ceremonies held over the course of three days in order to follow CDC social distancing guidelines for graduates and their families.


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Luckey at a Distance


2021-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
LWC President William T. Luckey Jr., joins a socially distanced photo with members of the women's soccer program after the college's first-ever outdoor commencement held at Blue Raider Stadium on Friday and Saturday mornings. From left, graduates Kim DeGroot from Bowling Green, Ky., Emma Lindell from Sweden, and senior Paula Espinoza Castillo from Costa Rica.



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Impromptu commencement ceremony in Louisiana


2021-05-12 - Grambling, LA - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
On Sunday, members of LWC's executive administration along with President Luckey held an impromptu commencement ceremony for the senior members of the Lindsey Wilson football program that had to miss the on-campus ceremony to prepare for an appearance in the NAIA national football championship finals. The ceremony was held at the site of the championship game in Grambling, LA.

See also: National Champions! LWC Football wins 45-13 over Northwestern


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