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The William Blevins Institute for Spiritual and Mental Health dedicated

Dr. O’Brien congratulates Dr. Blevins following his dedicatory remarks during the homecoming ceremony for the Institute.

Among the many activities which occupied this year’s homecoming schedule, “The William Blevins Institute for Spiritual and Mental Health” was dedicated in a Saturday morning ceremony.  An overflow crowd filled the Institute’s main hall with friends, colleagues, and family members for the celebration.  Dr. Mel Hawkins, President Randall O’Brien, and Carolyn Brewer spoke of the importance and benefits of the institute for the College and community.

For more information visit the website:  BLEVINS INSTITUTE

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