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Cape Town Bound

 

Participants in a study trip to Cape Town, South Africa departed from Knoxville’s McGhee Tyson Airport yesterday. Travelers include(front, l-r) Bianca Williams, Rockledge, FL; Virginia Kenchel, Stokesdale, NC; Jennifer Ott, Knoxville; Nikole Green, Johnson City; (second row, l-r) Victoria Henderson, Springfield; Kacie Hoyle, Johnson City; Miranda Catchcart, Candler, NC; Ariel Fisher, Easton, PA; Callie Cothern, White House; Mary Ratchford, Greenville, SC; Carol Crutchley and granddaughter Abigail, Jefferson City; (third row) Alex Denton, Johnson City; John-Mark Brown, Talbott; Jonathan Smith, Memphis; and Adam Venters, Fall Branch. The courses will be led by C-N’s Dr. David Crutchley and Dr. David Gushee, of Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology.

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