Announcing Sierra Nevada University – Sierra Nevada College updates its name to reflect half a century of growth

Sierra Nevada University students overlooking Lake Tahoe.

“Entrepreneurship isn’t about creating companies, Entrepreneurship is an approach to life. It’s about making good things happen. It’s about starting things from scratch that create value for others.” – Dr. Ed Zschau

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (PRWEB) January 25, 2020
On the eve of its 50th commencement, Sierra Nevada College, Nevada’s only accredited non-profit university is undergoing a name change to Sierra Nevada University. The change in its name comes as the institution reorganizes for the future and seeks to represent itself, after 50 years of growth, more accurately. Founded in March of 1969, the institution admitted its first class of 23 students in September, followed by Governor Paul Laxalt’s dedication of the campus on October 2, 1969. Within four years of its founding, the College achieved candidate status for accreditation by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, and accreditation was granted in 1976. Now, with the approval granted by the NWCCU, Sierra Nevada College will become Sierra Nevada University beginning this semester.
Situated in Incline Village, initially on College Drive, the Mountain Campus grew, adding Music and Art departments, and attracting teachers from the many artists and musicians who make their homes in the Lake Tahoe area. Continuing to draw from its community, which includes many successful entrepreneurs, SNC soon formed the Department of Management, now its Business Department. The initial concentrations of Entrepreneurship, Ski Business and Resort Management, and International Business (Now Global Business Management) remain today as key offerings, unique in design and headed by professor-practitioners who call Tahoe home.
Formed in 1989, the Teacher Education Program grew from its beginnings as a fifth-year post-baccalaureate program to become the first of the institution’s graduate-level programs in 2004. Teacher Education was followed by the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Program in Creative Writing program in 2012 and the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts in 2015. Both of these new programs, MFA-CW and MFA-IA, follow an innovative low-residency format that combines distance learning with intensive residencies at the Incline Village campus that meet twice a year over the course of their two-and-a-half year programs.
With its growth, it soon became apparent that SNC needed a new campus. In 1991, through private and foundation donations, the current 20-acre site of the Lake Campus, at the corner of Country Club Drive and Tahoe Boulevard, was acquired. In the ensuing years, the campus added 2 residence halls, administrative offices, the Prim Library, The Holman Arts and Media Center, and the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences.
This past June, after the retirement of President Alan Walker, Dr. Ed Zschau stepped in as Interim President. Under his leadership, the Incline Village Campus has become the home of the College of Entrepreneurial Leadership. As Dr. Zschau shared on KTVN’s Face the State, “Entrepreneurship isn’t about creating companies, entrepreneurship is an approach to life. It’s about making good things happen. It’s about starting things from scratch that create value for others.” The name changes represent a drive to focus on the key features of the small, high-touch, interdisciplinary campus focused on learning-by-doing, involved professors and mentors, all in an incredible and challenging location.
For more information on the changes at Sierra Nevada University, its graduate programs, and the College of Entrepreneurial Leadership, visit, or contact

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St. Mary’s University launches first-of-its-kind varsity eSports program in San Antonio

Get your gaming fingers ready, Rattlers. ESports is headed to St. Mary’s University. St. Mary’s Athletics will launch an eSports program this fall, offering students the exciting opportunity to compete in one of the world’s fastest-growing industries — competitive computer gaming, Director of Athletics Robert Coleman announced this week.(PRWeb January 24, 2020)Read the full story at

Trident University Adds Leadership Concentration to Associate in Professional Studies Program

CYPRESS, Calif. (PRWEB) January 24, 2020
Beginning with the January 13 Fastrac session, students in Trident University International’s (Trident) Associate of Science in Professional Studies program are able to enroll in the new Organizational Leadership (ASPS-OL) concentration.
Students entering this program will be required to have already earned a professional certificate or diploma, equivalent to at least 12 semester hours of transferrable college credit or documented military training as defined by Trident’s transfer policy.
“Learners from both civilian and military backgrounds stand to benefit with the Organizational Leadership concentration in our ASPS program,” states Dr. Lisa Mohanty, Dean, University College. “The coursework is tailored to provide students with the skills needed for success in a variety of professional situations.”
Students in the ASPS-OL will have the opportunity to master the use of technological tools in the business setting, develop their own leadership philosophy, use quantitative data and reasoning to address contemporary issues, and apply ethical decision making through relevant case studies.
Like Trident’s other associate-level programs, the ASPS in Organizational Leadership is designed to stack into higher level degrees. Graduates have the ability to transfer 60 completed credits into select bachelor’s programs. Additionally, completion of the ASPS-OL satisfies two course requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Leadership program – Introduction to Ethics (ETH 101) and Management Principles (MGT 280).
Enrollment is now open for the Associate of Science in Professional Studies program, Organizational Leadership concentration.
About Trident UniversityFounded in 1998, Trident University International (Trident) is an online postsecondary university serving adult learners. Trident uses the EdActive™ learning approach, which employs case-based learning in an online setting to teach real-world relevant critical thinking skills to enhance the lives and education of students. Trident offers quality associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs and certificates, led by a qualified faculty team, over 80% of whom have doctoral degrees. Trident is regionally accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) and has more than 22,000 alumni with a military affiliation. The University has received multiple acknowledgements from Military Times and Military Advanced Education & Transition for their dedication to military-affiliated students. Visit, Trident’s Facebook page, or call at (855) 290-0290 to learn more about Trident’s wide range of educational options.

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NIKE Junior Golf Camps and University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad Golf Course to Host Summer Day Camps

University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad Golf Course to host NIKE Junior Golf Camps

My passion for guiding juniors through the learning stages in golf grows every season. Even after 30+ years, I have never lost the energy to provide the best environment possible.

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (PRWEB) January 23, 2020
University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad Golf Course, located in Minneapolis-St. Paul, announced the addition of NIKE Junior Golf Camps to its summer programming schedule. Led by Camp Director and PGA Master Professional of Player Development, Greg Schulze, these improvement-based programs are tailored to accommodate young golfers of all skill levels in a fun, positive environment.
Greg Schulze, currently one of only 10 PGA Master Professionals in the State of Minnesota, brings over 30 years of teaching experience to the camps along with a passion for youth player development. Schulze has also earned honors as “Best Teachers in the State” list by Golf Digest, “Teacher of the Year” by Minnesota PGA and “Top 50 Instructor in America” by Golf Range magazine. His accolades, coupled with his passion for junior golf, make for a top-notch experience for participating players.
“Greg is one of those individuals who has dedicated his life to growing the game,” states Nicholas Brunner, vice president of US Sports Camps. “The facility at the University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad GC is the perfect environment for Nike Junior Golf Camps and our two program options allows families to choose a format best suited for their children.”
University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad Golf Course is located minutes from the University of Minnesota campus and is home to the Golden Gopher Men’s and Women’s teams. The public side of the facility boasts a driving range with 60 stalls and has a three-hole practice course loop which allows campers to practice their skills in real-life scenarios during instructional hours. Greg and his staff of teaching professionals will be on hand to instruct and supervise the players, covering all aspects of the game including putting, short game, full swing, rules and etiquette.
“My passion for guiding juniors through the learning stages in golf grows every season. Even after 30+ years, I have never lost the energy to provide the best environment possible,” says Greg Schulze, PGA. “I own over 130 golf-specific training aids to create multiple fun golf stations so the kids will stay active and engaged throughout the week. I am extremely excited and honored to host Nike Junior Golf Camps this summer and look forward to guiding all junior golfers.”
Nike Junior Golf Camps, University of Minnesota – Les Bolstad Golf Course are set to run six (6) sessions of camp during the 2020 summer season. Parents can choose between a Half Day and Full Day camp program. The Full Day Camps including range instruction, lunch and afternoon course play each day and are geared for players of all skills, ages 9-16. The Full Day Camps run 9:00am-3:00pm. Half Day Camps include range instruction only and are designed for beginner to intermediate players, ages 7-13. These camps are 9:00am-12:00pm daily.
Players, coaches, and parents interested in NIKE Junior Golf Camps can visit or call 1-800-645-3226.
About NIKE Junior Golf Camps
NIKE Junior Golf Camps is a division of US Sports Camps, Inc., America’s largest sports camp network. NJGC offers junior overnight and day camps, as well as advanced player camps at over 180 locations nationwide. Since 1994, more than 200,000 junior golfers have participated in the camps. To explore a variety of camp options and locations visit the official website for Nike Junior Golf Camps.

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Nike Softball Camp Joining Nike Baseball at Vanguard University for Summer 2020

Vanguard University, home of Nike Baseball and Softball Camps for summer 2020.

We are excited to welcome Coach Freeman to the Lions family. As a highly respected coach in the softball community, she brings a wealth of knowledge, connections and enthusiasm to the Lions.

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (PRWEB) January 23, 2020
Camper favorite, Nike Baseball Camps, will be returning to Vanguard University and will be joined for the first time by Nike Softball Camps.
Directing the Nike Softball Camp will be first year Head Coach Amber Freeman. Coach Freeman enjoyed a stellar playing career at Arizona State University. Freeman was a three-time All-American and was the 2013 Pac-12 Player of the Year before she went on to Play with the USA National Team and USSSA Pride in National Pro Fastpitch.
“We are excited to welcome Coach Freeman to the Lions family. As a highly respected coach in the softball community, she brings a wealth of knowledge, connections and enthusiasm to the Lions. Her experience at the highest level of competition and her genuine desire to lead student-athletes to reach their full potential spiritually, academically, athletically and socially made her an excellence choice to lead the next era of the Vanguard softball program,” remarked Jeff Bussell, Director of Athletics.
The Nike Baseball Camp at Vanguard will again be led by Head Coach Robert Pegg. Coach Pegg had an instant impact on the Lions baseball team. Since taking over in 2013, Vanguard have gone 226-156-2. In 2019, the Lions had a made a post-season run but were defeated in the conference championship game. The baseball camp was a big hit last summer in its inaugural year, with both parents and campers; “He made new friends with shared interests. He said he feels more confident in batting and learned a lot. He wants to return next year as the experience was GREAT!” stated Parent Yvonne V.
The Softball camp will take place from July 13 – 16 while the Vanguard Baseball Camp will be held from June 29 – July 2.
Players, coaches, and parents interested in Nike Baseball & Softball Camps in Orange County can visit or call 1-800-645-3226.
About US Sports CampsUS Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is America’s largest sports camp network and the licensed operator of Nike Sports Camps. The company has offered summer camps since 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement.

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Florida Polytechnic University sees exceptional rise in applications

Lakeland’s Florida Poly is experiencing a significant increase in the number of student applications, bucking national postsecondary enrollment trends.

‘Students and families recognize that to stay career relevant as creative innovators, a degree from a selective STEM university is really the best choice.’ – Terry Parker

LAKELAND, Fla. (PRWEB) January 22, 2020
Florida Polytechnic University is experiencing a significant increase in the number of students applying to become Phoenixes. At only two-thirds of the way through the 2020 recruitment cycle, the University has received 31 percent more freshman applications compared to this time last year. This includes a 44 percent increase in applicants from out of state.
The new numbers are a stark contrast to the current trends in postsecondary enrollment throughout the nation. Higher education enrollment for fall 2019 declined for the eighth consecutive year by 231,000 students across all types of institutions, according to the latest research from the non-profit organization National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Public four-year colleges saw the largest decrease at 97,426 students.
The academic quality of the applicants to Florida Poly improved as well:
Average SAT of admitted freshmen is up 30 points to 1334.
Average ACT is up from 29 to 30.5.
Average GPA of admitted freshmen increased from 4.2 to 4.35.
“This is great news, especially in light of the national data,” said Dr. Ben Matthew Corpus, associate vice provost for enrollment management. “As students learn about Florida Poly, they see a place where they can connect and engage in a state-of-the-art public university. We’re a small, selective, and an intensely relevant institution where students aren’t just a number.”
Dr. Corpus said the surge in applications is a result of new team outreach efforts put in place to create greater awareness of the University not only in Florida, but throughout the country. These include:
new digital and teacher-centered strategies to connect with high schools more efficiently
the hiring of a full-time regional recruiter in the Northeast
a re-imagined campus visit program that connects cutting-edge tech, social and economic relevance that’s engaging
new academic programs and targeted scholarships on sectors of STEM excellence
“We won’t know if these additional applicants will all enroll until the fall, but it is definitely a very positive sign that the team’s hard work is paying off,” Corpus said. Transfer applications are also up 13 percent, as well as their quality. Average transfer GPAs are up from a 3.0 to a 3.4.
Another factor improving Florida Poly’s attractiveness to prospective students is its recently attained ABET accreditation, as well as the addition of new programs of study such as Environmental Engineering, Engineering Physics, Engineering Mathematics and new concentrations in aerospace, digital design, and mathematics of medicine and biology. The University also is building the Applied Research Center, an 85,000-square-foot cutting-edge facility focused on research and innovation and scheduled to open in 2021.
“Florida Poly’s programs put students directly on the path to making an impact on the economy and society, where students know they’ll be highly competitive and employable well into the future,” according to Dr. Terry Parker, executive vice president and provost..
“Students and families recognize that to stay career relevant as creative innovators, a degree from a selective STEM university is really the best choice.”
For more information on applying to Florida Poly, click here.
ABOUT FLORIDA POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY:Florida Polytechnic University is an accredited member of the State University System of Florida, dedicated exclusively to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). The University is a powerful economic engine within the state of Florida, blending applied research with industry partnerships to give students an academically rigorous education with real-world relevance. The campus is located in Lakeland, Florida along the I-4 High Tech Corridor. Connect with Florida Poly online at

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TEL Library Announces Partnership with Greenville University

TEL Library, a non-profit curriculum and educational technology organization located in Oklahoma City, announced today a partnership with Greenville University to provide affordable, online college-credit courses to high school and homeschool students throughout the U.S.(PRWeb January 22, 2020)Read the full story at

National University Partners with the Carlsbad 5000 to Raise Awareness of the Value of Achieving Personal and Academic Goals

“We are so pleased to be partnering with Meb and the Carlsbad 5000 in support of this world-class event that brings together our local community and renowned runners from around the globe,” said Dr. Michael R. Cunningham, Chancellor of the National University System

CARLSBAD, Calif. (PRWEB) January 21, 2020
Recognizing the shared alignments of the running community and the nation’s college students, the private, nonprofit National University is pleased to partner with the Carlsbad 5000, known as the “World’s fastest 5K,” to recognize the hard work and dedication of students who are striving to achieve their academic and personal bests. Carlsbad 5000 Presented by National University will host its 35th edition on the weekend of March 21-22, 2020, marking a first-of-its-kind collaboration between the education and running communities.
“I’ve always thought that life, education, and running have a lot in common. In each, we set goals and work hard to achieve those goals. We truly could not be more grateful to partner with National University to promote health and wellness,” said Meb Keflezighi, co-owner of Carlsbad 5000 and the only athlete in history to win the New York Marathon, the Boston Marathon, and an Olympic Marathon Medal. “Whether it is your first 5K or you are pursuing a new personal best finish time, the Carlsbad 5000 is an event that is accessible and welcoming for everyone.”
Providing access to a quality degree is core to the mission of National University, and congruent with the adult learner population, aspiring to a college degree is a priority for the nation’s runners. Today’s core runners are highly educated with 79% having earned a college diploma, compared to 27% of the United States population (ACS, 2006-08), according to the National Runner Survey.
“We are so pleased to be partnering with Meb and the Carlsbad 5000 in support of this world-class event that brings together our local community and renowned runners from around the globe,” said Dr. Michael R. Cunningham, Chancellor of the private, nonprofit National University System, which includes National University, headquartered in La Jolla, CA. “Meb is such an incredible role model for us all, and his message of perseverance despite all odds serves as an inspiration for our students, many who are adult learners or the first in their family to pursue a college degree. As in racing, we believe that all students should have access to opportunities that allow them to achieve their personal bests in life.”
Keflezighi and National University have joined forces over the years to celebrate the accomplishments of the nation’s adult and lifelong learners, with Meb as a featured guest speaker at two National University commencements and the recipient of an honorary doctorate. Born in Eritrea, Africa, Keflezighi and his family escaped famine, drought and a brutal war of liberation from Ethiopia, eventually making their way to San Diego. He won the 2014 Boston Marathon just two weeks before turning 39, becoming the oldest winner of one of the world’s premier distance events in more than 80 years. His story has served as inspiration for National University graduates and other adult learners nationwide who are often managing work, families and other responsibilities while pursuing dreams of furthering their education.
The running community and National University students are committed to long-term training and success. More than 60 percent of the University’s graduate students are female, with an average age of 36, and have stated a preference for running or related activities. The typical US female runner is 38.6 years old, and a degree holder.
Since the inaugural edition in 1986, the Carlsbad 5000 annually attracts amateur, competitive, and professional runners from around the world. Over its 35-year history, the Carlsbad 5000 has seen 17 World records and eight U.S. records, as well as numerous national and age group marks which earned the moniker “World’s Fastest 5k.” Race weekend promises a fast oceanfront course, healthy competition, and an energetic atmosphere for participants of all ages and paces. The event features races by age group throughout the morning leading up to the legendary pro women’s and men’s races. The popular Junior Carlsbad features multiple races designed for children ages 12 and under. Kids’ distances range from one-mile to the always entertaining 50-yard Toddler Trot and 25-yard Diaper Dash.
The “Party by the Sea” gets started as soon as the first runners cross the finish line with participants 21 and older celebrating in the Pizza Port beer garden with two complimentary craft brews and runners of all ages rocking out to live music on the streets of Carlsbad Village.
For more information and to register, visit
About National UniversityFounded in 1971, National University is among the largest, private, nonprofit universities in California. With more than 170,000 alumni, National University is dedicated to making lifelong learning opportunities accessible, challenging, and relevant to a diverse population of students through its three Colleges: Sanford College of Education; College of Professional Studies; and College of Letters and Sciences. Programs are offered both online and at campuses throughout California and Nevada. National University is headquartered in La Jolla, California. The University is being renamed Sanford National University, effective July 1, 2020. Learn more at

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Digital Signage Reinforces Campus Communication at Brandeis University

The digital signage solution allows Brandeis University to elevate the on-campus experience by displaying important announcements, upcoming events, and campus news.
Press Release – updated: Jan 21, 2020 09:00 EST

STERLING, Va., January 21, 2020 ( – Mvix, a leading provider of content-rich digital signage software and solutions, has implemented a digital signage network of 16 screens on Brandeis University’s campus.
Founded in 1948, Brandeis University is a private research university located in Waltham, Massachusetts. Their 235-acre campus is nestled just nine miles west of Boston and is home to over 5,800 students and 1,700 staff members. They offer more than 42 majors 46 minors and have over 260 clubs and organizations.
The digital signage network is powered by Mvix digital signage software. The goal of the implementation was to engage students and increase awareness of school events and announcements.
The Challenge
Rather than rely on static posters and email to advertise events and send out important information, Brandeis wanted a new dynamic solution to engage students and staff.
They needed a solution that would:
Increase the overall campus experience
Advertise upcoming events and opportunities
Streamline all internal communications
Modernize their campus
The Solution
Sixteen media players and screens were placed throughout the campus. ​Mvix’s digital signage software powered each of the media players, allowing Brandeis to display targeted content for students and staff.
The digital signage displays were strategically placed in lobbies, hallways, and dorms to increase maximum viewership.
The Mvix software provided:
Content-rich software – The Mvix content library includes over 150 content apps and data integrations, giving Brandeis a variety of content to choose from
Remote access – The Brandeis team was able to access the software from anywhere. This means that the screens can be updated on the go to display the most up-to-date information
Unlimited users – The Mvix software allows Brandeis to have multiple admins to access and change their content as needed
Advanced content scheduling – Brandeis is able to schedule event listings, announcements, and campus news ahead of time, customizing their screens to show different content for different audiences
The Result
This digital signage implementation helped Brandeis improve its campus communication while modernizing its buildings.
“I have really enjoyed establishing a digital signage network here at the University and we look forward to continuing to expand,” said Timothy Touchette, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at Brandeis University.
The Mvix platform allowed Brandeis to:
Advertise upcoming events and news, increasing participation in university-sponsored events
Include students in the digital signage process, giving them permissions to create unique content for the screens
Become a more sustainable campus by reducing printing costs associated with posters and flyers
Have a more modernized campus, encouraging prospective students to apply for admission
​Overall, digital signage was a great addition to the Brandeis University campus. The digital signage implementation combined forward-thinking technology and digital-native students, elevating the on-campus experience. The solution helped keep students, staff, and visitors engaged and informed.
“It’s always a wonderful experience to partner with a University that fully understands the value of digital signage for their student body. Tim and his team have done an outstanding job expanding digital signage to multiple departments and across the campus to increase student engagement and provide up to date information for the campus​,” said Jacqueline Hoffmann, Solutions Consultant at Mvix.​
To read the detailed case study, download a free copy here.
About Mvix
Mvix is a leading provider of content-rich digital signage software and solutions. To date, their platform powers over 50,000 active screens for clients including Virginia Tech, NASA, Sodexo, Discovery Channel, Crowne Plaza and the University of Washington. The use cases include employee communication, wayfinding, emergency messaging and customer communications.
Learn more about Mvix at or call 703.382.1739.
Source: Mvix Digital Signage

Freed-Hardeman University's 84th Annual Bible Lectureship Set for Feb. 2-6

HENDERSON, Tenn. (PRWEB) January 17, 2020
The 84th Annual Bible Lectureship, Feb. 2-6, 2020, at Freed-Hardeman University will focus on finding “Our Place in His Story: Remembering the Past, Anticipating the Future.” In conjunction with FHU’s year-long celebration of its 150th anniversary, the Lectureship will include special features that help tell the university’s story, in addition to the traditional sessions that have highlighted previous lectureships.
Sessions are set to begin Sunday evening, Feb. 2, at 6 p.m. when guests are invited to Coffee and Conversation in the west lobby of Loyd Auditorium. At 7 p.m. worship will begin with a period of congregational singing, and at 7:30 p.m. FHU President David Shannon will present the keynote address, “The Context of His Story: Creation.” At 8:30 p.m. the university will host a tribute to FHU’s 150 Year History.
The first full-day of the Lectureship opens Monday at 8 a.m. and continues through a late-night session designed especially for university students that begins at 10:30 p.m. A similar schedule continues through Thursday evening. Sandwiched between the opening and closing are classes, lectures and workshops geared toward preachers, youth ministers, counselors, elders, college students, teenagers, children, women and others. Approximately 135 individuals will present lessons during the week.
This year’s lectureship will include a number of new features. For example, emphasis will be placed on congregational singing through before keynote addresses, a Clayton Chapel singing Wednesday night and a song-leading workshop each afternoon.
Attention will be given to the Restoration Movement through a new series exploring its history and theological foundation as well as a track entitled, “The Church’s Past in Perspective.” “Historic Sermons of the Past” will feature sermons from A.G. Freed, N.B. Hardeman, T.B. Larimore and Marshall Keeble.
Preachers can get ideas for sermons at the “Four-Day Interactive Sermon Building Workshop.” In addition, a series called “How to Preach Inductively” offers the opportunity to reflect on a different way to prepare and present lessons. For a deeper understanding of God’s Word, the Lectureship offers two series on biblical exegesis and one to help understand and choose a Bible translation.
Christians seeking encouragement may want to attend two series of lessons entitled “Good News for All Times” and “Transformed: Once Lost, Now Found.”
The 2020 lectureship is dedicated to the life and work of Dr. Ralph Gilmore, FHU Distinguished Professor of Bible and Philosophy, and his wife Joyce. This spring, he will retire from the FHU faculty after 39 years of service. He has been a member of the Lectureship committee since 1987 and was the moderator of Open Forum for 20 years. He plans to continue his full schedule of speaking, leading mission campaigns, writing, lecturing, and defending the truth in debates and discussions. An appreciation dinner honoring the Gilmores is set for Tuesday evening, Feb. 4 at 5 p.m, in the auxiliary gym. Tickets may be purchased for $15 by calling the FHU business office at 731-989-6347 or 6689.
A full schedule of Lectureship events and registration is available at One may also order the Lectureship book and jump drive and tickets to the Gilmore appreciation dinner through this link.

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