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Knoxville’s WVLT-8 features C-N prof as he readies to cycle 100-miles for AO ministry

(Sept. 4, 2020) – Knoxville’s CBS-affiliate, WVLT-8, featured Carson-Newman Assistant Professor of Music Joshua Zink, as he prepares to cycle 100-miles to raise funds for Appalachian Outreach. Click here to watch.

Those who would like to give can click here. All proceeds benefit the AO ministry.

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