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Annual Big Reveal



Story and photography by Jimbob Baird

The Women’s Fund of South Central Kentucky located downtown Bowling Green revealed on Thursday, July 12, their largest ever impact grant amount of $126,000 that they will be awarding to local nonprofit organizations later this year. Close to fifty excited and giving members of the organization gathered together for the event which also featured refreshments, snacks, desserts, and plenty of female fellowship. “The most exciting part of this event is when we reveal how much good this group has been able to do,” said Janet Porter of the Fund. The newly refurbished Women’s Fund digs are located at 810 College Street within the Community Foundation of South Central Kentucky building in Bowling Green, KY, and can be reached at 270-904-2079.

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