Students from Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia were part of a group that traveled to Santiago, Dominican Republic. While in the Dominican Republic, the students served meals to children at the nutrition center and conducted Vacation Bible School at six churches. Members from Hope Springs Church in Lexington participated too. From Lindsey Wilson College are, left to right, Natalie Slinker, June Dial, Cece Brock and Sarah Thompson.
Students from Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia were part of a group that traveled to Santiago, Dominican Republic. While in the Dominican Republic, the students served meals to children at the nutrition center and conducted Vacation Bible School at six churches. Members from Hope Springs Church in Lexington participated too. From Lindsey Wilson College are, left to right, Natalie Slinker, June Dial, Cece Brock and Sarah Thompson.
Students from Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia were part of a group that traveled to Santiago, Dominican Republic. While in the Dominican Republic, the students served meals to children at the nutrition center and conducted Vacation Bible School at six churches. Members from Hope Springs Church in Lexington participated too. From Lindsey Wilson College are, left to right, Natalie Slinker, June Dial, Cece Brock and Sarah Thompson.

Central Kentuckians spread goodwill near and far this summer

August 25, 2012 12:00 AM

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