Add these 3 exercises to your routine to ensure your back, arms and shoulders look tone and beautiful.Read More
Therapists might argue that the key to a successful marriage is open communication, maybe understanding and empathy, or simply listening to your spouse. However, superstition insists that a truly successful marriage is created with something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and the sixpence in her shoe.Read More
Because wedding budgets quickly spiral out of control, a popular choice for those wanting an open wedding bar is to serve beer and wine only. For couples wanting to treat their guests a tad more but also hoping to keep their wedding costs down, a fun signature cocktail is a good option.Read More
Congratulations on your engagement! As you begin your wedding planning journey, whether you are planning a small or large wedding, one thing is certain: you’ll need to pick out wedding bands. Consider these important factors while picking out the perfect bands.Read More
There is strength in the written word, whether it is expressed in social media or as a formal invitation. Located in downtown Bowling Green is a business that has guided many brides in their selection of invitations, social stationery and paper needs for their wedding.Read More
A personalized necklace with the bride’s monogram, single initial or the wedding date in roman numerals would make for the perfect gift for your bride! It’s sentimental and something she will have forever!Read More
Filled with love, the Gorman home sends vibes of a story like no other — a story of a blended family that has drawn upon each member for getting through life’s challenges and celebrating its victories. Adding to the heart of their story, the physical aspect of the house is also interesting. The family — mainly Michelle — turned an average and outdated house into a modern, spacious and comfortable home upon purchasing it nearly eight years ago.Read More
A business, family, spiritual and outdoor man, Neville is a husband to Jenny Jones; a father to Brady, Brooklynn and Briley; an employee of Thermo Fisher Scientific; and an entrepreneur. He is a partner in Bowling Green’s favorite Stadium Salsa, which was founded by his friend and partner Greg Shepherd.Read More
You may have seen their collection boxes around town for winter coats each fall or enjoyed an afternoon at the Duncan Hines Festival during the summer, but you probably don’t not know all that the Bowling Green Junior Woman’s Club has to offer to both its members or the community of Bowling Green.Read More
American Bank & Trust’s employees generously donated $2000 from their own Jean’s Fund to Life’s Better Together. We are incredibly thankful to be recipients of this donation and to have community partner’s such as these who are truly giving back to families of South Central Kentucky. By working together, we are able to help another family battling a chronic illness!Read More
The laughter and other sounds, sights and scents that fill the air are indicative of a strong family bond. The walls that surround and protect that bond are equally strong in structure. Built in 2008 by Benny Jones, the Parker home provides the family’s foundation, both literally and figuratively, that will stand the test of time.Read More
During the holidays, the table is arguably the most important spot at the party. Whether it’s to munch on finger foods at the office Christmas gathering, or sitting down with the family to a filling New Year’s Eve feast, at some point we all find ourselves there, at the table. And as Brittany Young, the Certified Celebrator herself tells it, the décor on the table is just as important as the food on it.Read More
Family traditions help make the winter holiday season magical. Some traditions are deeply rooted and passed down generation to generation, and some are accidental, or made new by the blending of families. No matter how these traditions are created or how old they are, the holidays are simply not the same without them.Read More
Prior to 2015, 74% of children that lived in the west end area of Bowling Green tested as unprepared for kindergarten, and the Methodist churches in the area decided to do something to try and change that statistic.Read More
United Way Volunteer of the Quarter!
Each Quarter, United Way of Southern Kentucky recognizes one individual volunteer who has gone above and beyond to support the efforts of United Way and thus our community.
For Q3 2017, United Way of Southern Kenucky would like to recognize Natalie Tracy of Fruit of the Loom as the Volunteerr of the Quarter. Natalie volunteers endless hours throughout the year by serving on the United Way Volunteer Committee; and by coordinating all of the United Way and Fruit of the Loom’s partnership efforts including Feed the Need (with collection of donations at a home Hot Rods game), Day of Caring, the WKU LIVE UNITED White Out, campaign efforts, internal company communications, in-kind donations (t-shirts for local use as well as a large donation for hurricane relief efforts), Dolly Parton Imagination Library donations and enrollments, and much more!
Upon being presented with this award, Natalie said, “I truly enjoy the partnership and involvement with United Way. The recognition is certainly not the reason to volunteer, but is was such a sweet surprise. I appreciate the work United Way of Southern Kentucky is doing to support the local community through education, income, health and safety net. The work being done in those areas makes it easy to want to continue getting involved year after year.”
Please join us in honoring Natalie Tracy for her volunteer efforts not just in Q3 2017, but throughout the year! We are truly grateful for such an enthusiastic, hard working, committed volunteer!
Med Center Health welcomes Stephanie DeAngelis
Med Center Health welcomes Stephanie DeAngelis, D.O. to the Women’s Health Specialists team. Her training and research in obstetrics & gynecology and dedication to women’s health is a great benefit for our community. Dr. DeAngelis received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency at Summa Akron City Hospital in Ohio. She joined Women’s Health Specialists in September 2017.
Dr. DeAngelis, her daughter and husband enjoy spending quality time together. Whether fulfilling the goal of visiting all 50 states or trying out new recipes at home, family activities keep them closely connected. Her strong family values overflow into her role as a doctor, too. She takes pride in developing deep-rooted relationships with her patients. As a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. DeAngelis emphasizes a whole-person approach to treatment and care, listening to her patients and partnering with them to help them get healthy and stay well. By understanding a person in a more holistic way, she believes she can provide better care for each patient. “I take pride in getting to know my patients and deliver their care in a patient-focused, compassionate and honest way. I care for my patients how I would want my family members to be cared for.”
From routine exams to surgical procedures, Women’s Health Specialists can take care of the unique healthcare needs of women through every stage of life. For more information, visit WomensHealthSpecialists.net. To make an appointment, call (270) 781-0075 or toll-free 1-866-997-5784. Women’s Health Specialists is a member of the Enspire Quality Partners network of physicians who are committed to patient-focused and value-based care. For more information, visit EnspireQuality.com.
Cheerville Heads to D1 Summit!
Two squads of local all star athletes from Cheerville Athletics recenty won Grand Champion in their division which earned them a trip to National Competition at Disney World. The Vaders and Mystique will head to the D1 Summit this Spring. These competitive cheerleaders have trained and competed for months to earn this bid. Cheerville is location in Bowling Green at 115 Chester Court and also has a gym in Hendersonville, TN. For more information on Cheerville, call 270-842-9292 or visit their website Cheerville.com.
Med Center Health welcomes Philip Collis
Med Center Health welcomes Philip Collis, M.D., to the Medical Center Orthopaedics team. Dr. Collis received his M.D. from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. During his sports medicine fellowship, he served as team physician for the University of Miami Hurricanes Football and Athletics, as well as for the Miami Marlins. He is currently a team physician for WKU Basketball and Athletics and also serves as Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He is an avid sports enthusiast and enjoys playing basketball, golfing, boating and other water activities. He also enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends. He’s the proud uncle of three, soon to be four, nephews.
“I always put the patient first,” Dr. Collis said. “I listen and learn their lifestyle and what their goals for seeking treatment are. My goal is to return them to an active, healthy lifestyle.”
Dr. Collis’ areas of specialty include hip, knee, and shoulder arthroscopy; ACL reconstruction; rotator cuff repair; adult hip and knee reconstructive joint surgery; trauma and fracture care; foot & ankle surgery; and upper extremity and hand surgery. He works closely with the patient’s primary care provider to develop an individual treatment plan for each patient. “Open communication with all medical providers is key to patient care,” he said. “Working together to find the appropriate treatment for each patient is our goal.”
Medical Center Orthopaedics is located in the Riverside Professional Center on The Medical Center campus, 825 Second Avenue East, Suite C2. To schedule an appointment, call (270) 780-2750. For more information, visit MedCenterOrtho.com. Medical Center Orthopaedics is a member of the Enspire Quality Partners network of physicians who are committed to patient-focused and value-based care. For more information, visit EnspireQuality.com.
Kenan Mujkanovic’s parents arrived in Bowling Green in the mid-1990s from Bosnia with nothing more than the clothes on their backs and a grocery bag. As part of some of the very first families to come to Bowling Green from Bosnia, his parents met quickly and married shortly after. They both knew little English and took jobs in local factories to try and make a living.Read More
While many people may take for granted access to stable housing or nutritious food, HOTEL INC works in Bowling Green to make sure that the most vulnerable Warren County citizens are able to have access to these basic needs. Established as a nonprofit in 1981, HOTEL INC is an acronym that stands for Helping Others Through Extending Love In the Name of Christ.Read More
Lisa Marshall owner of Embellish, began developing the idea for its opening five years ago while working on a project with Natalie Dew, manager of Embellish. Marshall, who graduated with a graphic design degree, dreamed of owning a home interior store while Natalie, a WKU graduate with a fashion merchandising degree, was more interested in clothing retail.Read More