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Paine College and the #Augusta  Community celebrated the first annual Paine College Day on April 24th!
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Congrats to Paine College Men's Basketball Coach Jimmy Link! #The SIAC
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Paine College History Club Presents: Living Historical Re-enactments on March 14, 2015. http://bit.ly/1E1a64B
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The Paine College free summer #chemistry class concludes today with a closing ceremony. Students demonstrated what they learned and received awards and certificates. 
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At the Heart of it....Paine College Augusta Alumni Chapter Rally for the Love of Paine By Helene Carter
Paine College alumni are rallying support for their Alma Mater more now than ever. For the love of Paine, the alumni of the Augusta Chapter will host a day of fundraising for the College on Friday, April 24th. Alumni and friends are invited to visit the Alumni House located at 1208 Beman Street ...
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The ISA banquet is tonight in Candler! 
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Paine College Awarded $33,631 to Produce Scholarship on Frank G. Yerby. Read more here: http://bit.ly/PaineCollegeFrankYerbyScholar
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Take a look at the new additions to our homepage! http://www.paine.edu/
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1235 15th St Augusta, GA 30901
1235 15th StreetUSGeorgiaAugusta30901
(706) 821-8200paine.edu
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Monday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
Paine College is a beautiful 57-acre campus located in the heart of Augusta, Georgia. At Paine College, we are blessed with access to important cultural and economic centers. The campus is located one hour away from Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, and it is an easy two-hour drive from Atlanta, the capital of Georgia.
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cantstoptheflow
3 weeks ago
I have been to this chapel tons of times for speaking engagements, weddings, religious ceremonies, funerals, and many other events. This chapel is on the campus of Paine College and owned and operated by the school as well. It was built in 1968 and holds up to 1200 people. The rear section of this building contains classrooms, sound-proof practice rooms, a music library, studios, robbing rooms, and auditorium that seats 200 persons. This is the Gilbert-Lambuth Memorial Chapel. That name is full of meaning. The names are fitly joined together and fitly memorialized by this gift, this useful building on this campus. Each man was a real scholar. John Wesley Gilbert was the first Paine student, the first graduate, the first Negro member of this faculty. He was a classicist, a Biblical Scholar, great human being. Walter Russell Lambuth was a physician as well as a theologian, one of the church's great missionary statesmen. A trustee of this College, his name also is given to Lambuth College in Jackson, Tennessee. Both men were ordained ministers, churchmen, - Gilbert an editor, Lambuth a bishop. Together, in a venture to rival Stanley's quest for Livingston, they walked a thousand miles across the Congo to established, class of 1957 at Paine, Secretary General of the Protestant council of Churches in Congo, confidant, counselor, and sometimes stern teacher of leaders of both Gilbert-Lambuth. Look where you will in Paine College. You will find a close and intimate linkage of two races, a real and continuous fellowship of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Church. In this chapel these meanings are fitly joined. I'm actually very fond of this venue because this is were my older sister's funeral was held. Our church couldn't hold as many people as we were expecting for her service, so that's when the idea was brought in to hold it here. This venue was just right for the service. Everyone was seated comfortably and the service was quite beautiful. The fee in 1995 for the rental of this building was a couple of hundred dollars. I'm sure it's well over that now. Like I said before I have been here for several events in the community one of the greatest and memorable is my sister's funeral and hearing and meeting the motivational speaker, Les Brown. Recently, the newly elected mayor, Hardie Davis was inducted into office here. At any giving time there are many events held here and it's a great place to hold any event throughout the community. With this chapel's rich history in the community you are sure to have great and fond memories of this building and the events held here.
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Tiffany Michelle
9 months ago
Currently attending Paine College, I'm still proud to have been a returning student despite all of the personal issues w/ the school. Make no mistake the controversy is not an overall representation of the school or the students, we all are hoping that it will just be "the past" at some point.
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2 years ago
Would like to go and see the college
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