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CU: Cowherd scholarship Friendship and Ministry Walk Saturday

By Daisy Rodriguez

Campbellsville, KY - Join Campbellsville University in the 3rd annual scholarship fund ministry walk in honor of Dr. Pat Cowherd!

The Ministry Walk begins at 10amET on Saturday, November 13, 2021, in honor of Cowherd, who is dean of the School of Business, Economics and Technology at Campbellsville University. It begins at the Alumni & Friends Park in the Noe Plaza, and walkers go around the campus mile.

The Patricia H. Cowherd Scholarship is awarded annually to Campbellsville University students who want to major in some business area but need financial assistance.

The School of Business, Economics and Technology has more than 160 orientation students this year. Their services learning project is a Ministry Walk where they get sponsors.

All proceeds go to the Patricia H. Cowherd Academic Excellence Scholarship Fund.

"We could not offer excellent learning opportunities without your monetary support. Everyone is welcome to donate and participate! Please know that no amount is too small. Your help is truly appreciated," Dr. Wes Auberry, assistant professor of business, said.

For more information, to donate, sponsor or to join the walk, contact Auberry at (502) 434-5923.

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