Caribbean Library named for SNU’s coach Harmon
Much to Wes Harmon's surprise, the new library building at Caribbean Nazarene Theological College (CNTC) in Trinidad has been named for him. Prof. Harmon and his wife, Modelle, served as missionaries there for 22 years.
Prof. Harmon has been teaching philosophy and missions at SNU for the past 17 years, as well as coaching soccer. This is his last year, because he is retiring.
The new CNTC library is in use but so far has no floor covering. As a mission project, and as an honor to Prof. Harmon, a fund has been established to provide flooring for the new building. Approximately $3000.00 is needed.
A donation to the fund would be a “great Christmas gift to the young people of the Caribbean in honor of Wes and Modelle,” said Howard Culbertson.
Most of the Nazarene pastors in the Caribbean have graduated from CNTC. The school , established in 1951, now covers 26 acres. It is located north of the Port of Spain.
Anyone wishing to be part of this project may make their tax-deductible contributions to SNU. Just take it by Prof. Culbertson’s office in the Religion building. Be sure it is marked, “Harmon Library.” It can also be mailed to Howard Culbertson, SNU, 6729 NW 39th Expressway, Bethany, OK 73008.
The Harmons will be returning to CNTC in March and will take the SNU contribution to the school with them. An offering of more than the needed $3000.00 would be great!
Posted on Sat, November 23, 1991
by by Margaret Ford