Campbellsville University remembered 9/11/01 by lowering the flag on Stapp Lawn today in honor of those lives that were lost and their surviving families. See instagram.com/p/eHtpbpLOan/. A video about 9/11 was also shown during chapel today.
International Justice Mission to meet Friday
The International Justice Mission will be meeting Friday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. in the Atrium. All students are invited. Email Dr. Allison Timbs at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Wedding ring is lost
Ping Zhou, a music major from Beijing, China has lost her wedding ring. She took off her wedding ring and put it on the top of the piano while she practiced in the School of Music building on Sept. 9. After the practice, she left and forgot to put her wedding ring back. She went back to the practice room, and her ring was gone. If you saw it or you know where is it, please contact Ping, or her husband Jianjia Wang. Her email is Pingzhou1218@hotmail.com, and her cell is (270) 403-4590. Her husband's cell phone is (502) 294-1251.
Plumb in concert
Contemporary Christian singer Plumb, with Mikeschair and Josh Wilson, will perform in concert for the "Need You Now Tour" Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. at Living Grace Church, 1 Living Grace Drive, Campbellsville. Individual tickets can be purchased at Citizens Bank & Trust Company, and group tickets can be bought at Elk Horn Baptist Church. CU students can purchase group rates if bought together. Tickets are $13 each for church groups; $16 in advance and $19 each on the day of the concert. Call Elk Horn Baptist Church at (270) 789-2113 or Jamie Browning at (270) 403-6571 for more information.
Flip-flops donations for Haiti
The School of Nursing KANS chapter is taking flip-flop donations for the upcoming Haiti mission trip to give to the families. The boxes are located in the School of Nursing building as well as the Nancy Cox Drive location! Items can be donated until Oct. 4.
Posted on Wed, September 11, 2013
by Joan McKinney