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Think and discuss with LWC's 1st dialogue on issues 10 Oct 2015

R.V. Bennett lecture series will touch on community issues. First topic will deal with "Early Childhood Health." Citizens and Leaders are invited and urged to attend.

Greg Phelps, Lindsey Wilson College professor of communication and director of the R.V. Bennett Honors Program, invites the public to the first in a series of community dialogues Thursday October 8, 2015 at 7pmCT, in the Clark Room of Lindsey Wilson College's Katie Murrell Library, 235 Holloway Drive, Columbia, KY.

This endeavor is to promote continuing community dialogue on a number of issues with this first one dealing with early childhood health.


Phelps said, "We hope to be able to offer our services to other organizations who may need to hold dialogues and may not have the facilities and/or facilitators."

Lindsey is partnering on this venture with Kentucky Campus Compact and with the Kettering Foundation in Dayton, Ohio


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Greg Phelps leads community dialogue at LWC



2015-10-09 - Katie Murrell Library, LWC - Photo by Duane Bonifer.
The inaugural discussion began last evening toward the promotion of regular dialogue on various issues of importance to the community. Greg Phelps, standing, led the discussion in the Thomas D. Clark Reading Room at LWC's Katie Murrell Library. In attendance from left were Phil Hanna, Bettie Starr, Gayle Hillcke, Jared Odd, Bonnie Phelps, Erin Wais-Hennen and David Hennen. -- LW

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