Lakeview Ribbon Cutting


Lakeview’s 'For Such a Time as This' Capital Campaign successes include the completion of the Sisk Maintenance Shop that was originally on the site of the new Camp Hearn and Bagley Hall. The second major project was Camp Hearn and Bagley Hall.
Lakeview Development Director Brandy Kines says, “Through the generosity of Moody Methodist Permanent Endowment Fund, Lakeview has been able to take this dream from conceptual drawings to real life.”  A number of honorary guests, former bishops, pastors and leaders from the community helped dedicate the buildings at the ribbon cutting June 6. Camp Hearn is named in honor of Bishop Woodrow Hearn, former bishop to the Texas Annual Conference and the auditorium bears the name of Bagley Hall in recognition of Reverend Bert Bagley, current pastor of Moody Memorial UMC of Galveston. According to B.T. Williamson, Assistant to the Bishop, the sacrificial gifts of the Moody Methodist Permanent Endowment Fund and individual donors will be remembered via framed documents in the new facility.
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