Author’s revenue to fund new center

Former Crowder College president Dr. Kent Farnsworth recently released his most recent book, The Wager, alongside the kick starting of a campaign to raise funds for the Crowder College Behavioral Support Center.
The proceeds from all six of his books sold through June 30 will be donated entirely to the Behavioral Support Center, as an attempt to buy the naming rights to the center. If bought, he will be naming the behavioral center after his grandson, Maddox Hill, who has from autism.
Of the $70,000 goal, the Crowder Foundation estimates that roughly $33,000 has been raised so far.
Anyone interested in learning more can direct themselves to Dr. Farnsworth’s Amazon page, where he writes under the pen name, Allen Kent, or they are welcome to attend a speaking event on April 20 at noon, where he will be speaking about the writing and research process alongside Dr. Jennifer Methvin, Crowder president.

“He will discuss his writing process and his experience in publishing,” says Dr. Methvin about the event.

The first 20 students to arrive will receive a free copy of one of his books.
The books that qualify for proceeds are:
The Shield of Darius (2012), Backwater (2012), River of Light and Shadow (2012), Guardians of the Second Son (2013),The Weavers of Meanchey: A Unit I Novel (2014), and The Wager (2015)

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