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Knoxville’s WBIR-10 features University’s Operation Inasmuch project

(Nov. 4, 2017) – Knoxville’s WBIR-10 featured Carson-Newman’s 12th annual Operation Inasmuch service blitz during an evening broadcast. The event drew some 600 volunteers from across campus to join in service projects across three counties. WBIR’s Ginna Roe visited one site where a team of 20 members helped local Jefferson City Police Sergeant Scott Winstead as he recovers from an early October auto accident. CLICK TO VIEW VIDEO

To view photos from the event, click here to visit the University’s Facebook page.

 

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