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Georgetown College athletics inducted its 19th Hall of Fame class Saturday evening at Georgetown College Conference Center. The night of some 250 guests enjoyed a beautiful plated meal, scholarship awards, various honors and inductions.
Alum Keith Griesser served as master of ceremony as GC Director of Athletics Brian Evans handed out the awards, highlighted the […]
Marty Gibson, Georgetown College Class of 1995, has been named president at Farmers National Bank of Danville, a move said to be part of the bank’s plan for management succession. The announcement was made by CEO Greg Caudill who has been Farmers’ president and CEO since December 2002. Caudill will remain as CEO.
In a […]
Congratulations to the Georgetown College Class of 2016. Commencement was held on Saturday, May 14, 2016, in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym. This listing also includes recipients of the Master of Arts in Education degree which was conferred as well.
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Lee C. Affield, Campbellsville, Kentucky; Interdisciplinary Writing Fine Arts
Victoria Allen, Perry Park, Kentucky; Psychology
Daniel James […]
Sixteen ministers have been named to participate in the 2016-2018 cohort of the Fellows program of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, according to a recently posted Aaron Weaver CBF Blog. Among them are Curt Lowndes, First Baptist Church, Morehead, a 2007 alumnus of Georgetown College, and Amanda Standiford, Lexington Avenue Baptist Church, Danville, an alumna […]
Singer-songwriter Greg Finger, Georgetown College Class of 2012 and founder of the Lexington-based Greg Finger Band, recently released “Greener Grass,” a debut EP album. It is part of an exclusive contract agreement with London(Ky.)-based label Sym Records, a division of Symbiosis Media Group.
In a recent Corbin Times Tribune article, Finger commented, “I am very […]