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LWC recognizes 3Trees Churches' support of scholarships

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By Duane Bonifer
Columbia, KY - A local minister was honored Wednesday, September 15, by for his church's support of Lindsey Wilson College students. The Rev. Eric Gilbert, senior pastor of Three Trees Church, was recognized following his talk at the college’s weekly chapel service, held in John B. Begley Chapel.

Gilbert's church, which has campuses in Campbellsville and Russell Springs, KY, supports the Lindsey Wilson Fund, which provides scholarships to area residents who attend the liberal arts college.

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3Trees Church recognized for scholarship aid to Lindsey Wilson

2015-09-17 - Begley Chapel, 302 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College.
The Rev. Eric Gilbert, center, thanks Lindsey Wilson College Director of Church Relations Gerald Chafin Wednesday for the recognition of his church's support of the Lindsey Wilson Fund, which provides scholarship support to LWC students. Gilbert is senior pastor of the church, which has campuses in Campbellsville and Russell Springs, KY. At left is Three Trees Church Executive Assistant and Media Coordinator Emily Ramage, who is a 2014 LWC alumna.

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