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Metcalfe Co. 5K race supports endowed scholarship at LWC

Scholarship in memory of LWC baseball player Caleb Capps
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By Duane Bonifer

Glasgow, KY - A road race held earlier this year in Edmonton, KY, helped raise $4,000 for an endowed scholarship that memorializes the life of a Lindsey Wilson College student. The third-annual Caleb Capps Baseball Memorial Scholarship 5K Run was held May 9, 2015. It attracted more than 100 area residents and raised $4,000 for the scholarship.


Capps was an LWC freshman on a baseball scholarship when he died of injuries suffered in a September 2012 vehicle accident in rural Adair County. His parents, Danny and Margie Capps, initiated the scholarship to honor their son's memory. The scholarship is presented annually to an LWC baseball player from Adair, Barren, Cumberland, Green, Hart, Metcalfe, Monroe or Russell counties.


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Danny & Margie Capps present $4,000 check to LWC



2015-08-17 - Glasgow, KY - Photo by Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College.
Lindsey Wilson College Vice President for Development Kevin Thompson, right, receives a facsimile check for $4,000 on Monday afternoon in Glasgow, KY, in support of the the Caleb Capps Baseball Memorial Scholarship. Presenting the check are Danny and Margie Capps, parents of the late LWC student. The money was raised from the third-annual Caleb Capps Baseball Memorial Scholarship 5K Run, held May 9, 2015, in Edmonton, KY. - DUANE BONIFER

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