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Carson-Newman’s Les Amies holds February meeting

Pictured (left to right) are Dr. Peggy Hypes, president of Les Amies; Lauren Sharpe, Carson-Newman student and Bonner scholar; Chad Williams, C-N’s Bonner Center director, and Dr. Naomi Larsen, associate provost.

Pictured (left to right) are Dr. Peggy Hypes, president of Les Amies; Lauren Sharpe, Carson-Newman student and Bonner scholar; Chad Williams, C-N’s Bonner Center director, and Dr. Naomi Larsen, associate provost.

(Feb. 10, 2014) – Carson-Newman University’s Les Amies recently held its February meeting on campus. The morning event featured a presentation about Carson-Newman’s Bonner program. Bonner Center Director Chad Williams discussed the purpose of the service-minded program as well as the difference between social justice and charity.

For over three decades, Les Amies has served as a connection between Carson-Newman and the Jefferson City community. The women’s group annually awards the Brona Maddox Les Amies Scholarship to a female student from Jefferson County.

For more information, or to learn how to get involved, contact Dr. Peggy Hypes at 865-471-3309.

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