Bible Museum sees donation from Contemporary Club

President Sandy Carpenter, left, and Nancy Bassett, right, with the Collierville Contemporary Club present a check of $2,500 to Museum Director, Craig Gyergyo, for development of the Tabernacle Project in the Children’s Gallery. 

The project is part of the museum’s mission to enhance the educational experience of young people in learning more about the history and culture of the Bible. 

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The Contemporary Club was organized in 1936 and has been active in the community as a service organization focusing on education, reading, and the welfare of the community. 

The club is best known for organizing the first library in Collierville. Additional funds will be awarded to Collierville non-¬profits at the club’s May luncheon.

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