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Campbellsville University graduates with Campbellsville Independent School District dress in CU apparel for CU Day

Oct. 16, 2015
For Immediate Release

Several CHS teachers and administrators in a group photo
Several CHS teachers and administrators have graduated from Campbellsville University. They
wore CU apparel Oct. 14 during CU Day at Campbellsville High School. They are, from left:
Front row — Cheryl Dicken, Dee Doss and Tyler Hardy. Second row — Jo Ann Harris and Ben
Davis. Third row — Deanna Campbell, Sonya Kessler, Tammy Wilson, Steve Doss and Anthony
Epps. Fourth row — Calen McKinney and Kirby Smith. Back row —  Dale Estes, Zach Shelton
and Richard Dooley. (CHS Photo by Samuel Kessler, son of Dr. Richie Kessler, CU professor)


By Calen McKinney, Campbellsville Independent Schools

Campbellsville High School students learned about Campbellsville University and had fun on Wednesday, Oct. 14, during CU Day.

CU admissions staff members came to CHS to speak with seniors about their options for scholarships, academic programs and more.

Clawz, the CU mascot, greeted students as they came to school Wednesday morning, and students posed with him at a photo booth during lunch.

CHS seniors Ben Fitzgerald, Kalup Cowan and A.J. Vaught were given prizes for taking the best photos.

And, CHS students, teachers and administrators dressed in CU apparel for the day.

 CU Admissions Counselor Lauren Willis speaks to a group
CU Admissions Counselor Lauren Willis tells CHS seniors about the scholarships available to
them. (Photo by Calen McKinney)


CHS seniors Brooklyn Harris, at left, and Belen Garcia, at right, pose for a photo with Clawz.
CHS seniors Brooklyn Harris, at left, and Belen Garcia, at right,
pose for a photo with Clawz. Harris is an intern in the Office of
University Communications and is the niece of Dr. Dwayne Howell
and his wife, Dr. Susan Howell, CU professors. (Photo by Calen