BlackHistoryGEORGETOWN, KY – Georgetown College’s Ambassadors of Diversity and the Office of Diversity present two Black History Month programs of special interest.

On Sunday, February 23, beginning at 6 p.m., the College’s Joyful Noise Gospel Choir presents a special Black History Month performance. It will be at First Christian Church, 112 East College Street.

Started in 2007, the Joyful Noise Gospel Choir has 15 student members. It is under the direction of Landen Wilson.

Then, on Thursday, February 27, at 11 a.m. in John L. Hill Chapel, historians Dr. Lindsey Apple and Mr. William McIntyre will present “A Dialogue of Black History in Scott County: Going Back Through the Years.”

Dr. Apple is Professor Emeritus of History at Georgetown College; Mr. McIntyre, also retired but still very active in the community, was one of the original members of the Scott County Museum Board. As a photographer/historian, he will share many memories.

Both programs are open to the public.