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Brunch to Build

Habitat for Humanity Bowling Green Warren County hosted a Brunch to Build at Hickory and Oak. Chef Josh Poling and his fantastic staff prepared an amazing meal as guests came together to raise money for Habitat.

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How To Train Your Dragon

The Win Crew hosted a client appreciation event at the Capital Arts Theater. They held a private showing of How to Train Your Dragon and provided drinks, candy, and popcorn for everyone who attended.

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Jamie's Shot

The Power of the Puppets was evident on May 4, as more than 100 charitable golf enthusiasts met at Indian Hills Country Club for the South Central Kentucky Kids on the Block fundraiser.

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Autism Awareness Fundraiser

Hundreds of supportive diners flocked to Griffs Deli and PopWorks in Bowling Green on April 23, for their 8th annual Autism Awareness Fundraiser to benefit the Renshaw Early Childhood Center. Ed Griffin, Micah Griffin and Jessica Yonts donated the entire day’s profits from both locations...

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Derby Day Party

The Club at Olde Stone was filled with bright colors as their well-dressed members arrived at the 2019 Kentucky Derby party. A general air of excitement was visible around those who crowded the TV’s around the clubhouse as a historic race came to a finish.

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The Story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

The extravagant musical production Jersey Boys which tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons came to the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center on May 2 and had the hundreds of patrons mesmerized in double time...

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VIP at Home: A Fresh, Classic Update

Sometimes a vision can change, and in the case of this classic home, a consult for paint colors turned into a top to bottom full remodel. Both the homeowner and designer loved the “bones” of the home and the level of detail in the construction built in 1992 in the Walkerhurst development, however, after 22 years living there, it was time for some changes.

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VIProfile: Tyreon Clark

In 2017, Tyreon Clark took over the Boys to Men program as Program Director. Under his leadership Boys to Men has grown from one chapter, starting at Parker Bennett Curry Elementary, to now five chapters - four in Bowling Green and one in Louisville, KY...

Glory Baby Ministry

Glory Baby Ministry, like so many nonprofits in Bowling Green, grew out of a very personal experience for founder Jessica Heffinger. In 2010, at 21 weeks pregnant, Heffinger, along with her husband, went for her anatomy scan ultrasound. It was at that appointment that her doctor told her that her baby no longer had a heart beat...

Money Minders

Mark Ford

Mark Ford is Branch Manager of Fort Knox Federal Credit Union in Bowling Green, Kentucky. “My largest career highlight was when I was given the opportunity to open the new FKFCU location in Bowling Green. 

Money Minders

Cheryl L. Davidson

Cheryl Davidson, Branch Manager of Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, has been in the banking profession for 17 years. She started as a full time teller when she was 20 years old and worked her way up. “I have a passion for helping people to be financially fit and educated when making important financial decisions."

June Issue

Editor's Letter

Is it finally Summer? After the months of rain, I am so excited to see the Sunshine and enjoy all that Summer in South Central Kentucky has to offer. Summer is a time of recharge for everyone regardless of your career. The Summer camps, longer days, outdoor activities and time with your families and friends is truly rejuvenating. 

People & Places

BG Area Chamber of Commerce Wins Communications Excellence Award

The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce has been named an “Award of Excellence” winner in the Communications Excellence awards program presented by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE). ACCE, represents more than 8,000 chamber of commerce professionals, and 1,300 chambers of commerce, around the world.

Upcoming Events


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July 20, 2019

This is a free community event that includes activities such as Uncle Duncan's Duck Derby, BG Brownie Eating Championship, silent auction, music, arts and crafts vendors, and food, followed by Ice Cream and a MOOvie.


July 20, 2019

This is a community Hands-Only CPR and Health Event will be held at our Bowling Green Hot Rod Stadium and will be open to the community free of charge. 


July 22-27, 2019

The Southern Kentucky Fair has provided a family-oriented entertainment option for south-central Kentucky for nearly 70 years. From carnival rides and demolition derbies to funnel cakes and fun foods, the SOKY Fair is a summer experience not to be missed!