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Dr. Gerald Chafin presents mosaic to Gov. Bevin

Art piece is made of 650 photos taken by Lindsey Wilson Singers on trip representing Kentucky at 75th commemoration of attack on Pearl Harbor
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Dr. Gerald L. Chafin presented Governor Matt Bevin a mosaic from the Lindsey Wilson College Singers recently in Frankfort. The LWC Singers represented Kentucky in the National Festival of the States for the 75th Commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

The mosaic is 650 photos taken by the LWC Singers during their travels and merged together showing the Kentucky flag that is beside the USS Missouri, the site where the treaty to end World War II was signed.



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Dr. Chafin presents LWC singers mosaic to Gov. Bevin - I



2016-12-16 - Kentucky State Capitol, 700 Capitol Avenue, Frankfort, KY - Photo from Lindsey Wilson College.
Before unveiling: Dr. Gerald L. Chafin presented Governor Matt Bevin a mosaic from the Lindsey Wilson College Singers recently in Frankfort. The LWC Singers represented Kentucky in the National Festival of the States for the 75th Commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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II - Gov. Bevin, Dr. Chafin with mosaic after unveiling



2016-12-16 - Kentucky State Capitol, 700 Capitol Avenue, Frankfort, KY - Photo from Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY.
The mosaic presented to Governor Matthew Bevin, left, by Dr. Gerald Chafin of Lindsey Wilson College, is 650 photos taken by the LWC Singers during their travels and merged together showing the Kentucky flag that is beside the USS Missouri, the site where the treaty to end World War II was signed.

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