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Spotlight: Preserving the present


HENDERSON, Tenn. — Future Freed-Hardeman University students may have a glimpse of the university as it was in 2014, thanks to items preserved in the cornerstone of a newly erected campus bell tower.


Former FHU presidents E. Claude Gardner and Milton Sewell, along with current president Joe Wiley, wrote messages to future members of the Christian university’s family.
Other items range from social service club pennants to a brochure announcing FHU’s 50th annual benefit dinner. “With the inclusion of these artifacts, folks a hundred years from now will have an understanding of the university in 2014,” Wiley said.

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