University of the Cumberlands (formerly Cumberland College) is pleased to present Ruth Graham, daughter of Reverend Billy and Mrs. Ruth Graham, as the featured speaker for an evening of celebration and recognition.
This special program will be held at 7:30 p.m., Friday, September 23, in the Gatliff Memorial Chapel on the University of the Cumberlands campus. There is no charge for admission.
Join University of the Cumberlands (formerly Cumberland College) for a Patriot Day Celebration being held Saturday, September 10. Come enjoy a free outdoor concert by Central Kentucky Brass Quintet. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Prior to the concert, a picnic dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Picnic tickets are $10 for individuals and $25 for a family. Tickets must be reserved in advance by calling the UC box office at (606) 539-4535.
University of the Cumberlands (formerly Cumberland College)recently accepted a $500 donation from Williamsburg National Bank in support of the institutions mission to provide area students with a quality education.
Williamsburg National Bank is pleased to continue its support of University of the Cumberlands as it serves the educational and leadership training for our region, stated Terrell Medley, president of Williamsburg National Bank.
Mountain Outreach will be taking applications during the month of September for their home building program for the summer of 2006. Applicants are required to have one acre of land that will accept a septic system and a deed showing legal ownership of the land. Applications must be picked up and returned to the University of the Cumberlands (formerly Cumberland College) Mountain Outreach office by September 30. Applications will not be mailed.
Traveling from Troy, OH, First Presbyterian Church has returned to their summer destination in Williamsburg, Ky, helping with construction ministry Mountain Outreach. This is the groups fourth year volunteering to help build homes for underprivileged families.
Every summer several churches devote time to building homes for underprivileged families. These volunteers consist of adults and youth that bond from numerous states throughout the country in order to help the construction ministry Mountain Outreach in Williamsburg Ky. College Park Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, NC, has been participating in these projects for nearly two decades and returns for another year of worship and ministry.
During the week of June 27 - July 1, several churches devoted time to building homes for underprivileged families. These volunteers consisted of adults and youth that bonded from numerous states throughout the country in order to help the construction ministry Mountain Outreach in Williamsburg, Ky. Bethel Baptist Church from Danville, IL, has been participating in these projects for half a decade and returns for another year of worship and ministry.
On mission from Clemmons, NC, Green Meadows Church and Clemmons First Baptist Church volunteered with construction ministry Mountain Outreach in Williamsburg, KY. The group consisting of nearly 70 people, including 20 youth, worked to build a home for an underprivileged family.