Skip to content

Annual Impact Reveal



STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAGEN ESTEP

Excitement, joy, and anticipation ruled the Knicely Center in Bowling Green on October 22, as the Women’s Fund of South Central Kentucky prepared to reveal their largest ever annual impact grants totaling $140,000 to the previously selected four final non-profits. The event was a combination annual meeting and dinner that brought together more than 350 attendees. Granted to South Central Kentucky Kids on the Block was the grand endowment of $110,000! Recognition Grant recipients were The Foundry, Family Enrichment Center and Lost River Cave. For more information about this group of women that make a difference in our community visit their website at www.cfsky.org/womens-fund.

More Stories

  • Editor's Letter

    I can hardly believe that it is already November and that we are heading into the holidays, my favorite time of year. The trees are beginning to change and the temperatures are cooling off after a very warm start to Fall in Bowling Green. I hope that each of you take the time to slow down and enjoy the next few months with your friends, families and children... Read More
  • Med Center Health Welcomes Brooke Leachman, M.D.

    Med Center Health is proud to welcome Radiation Oncologist Brooke Leachman, M.D. to the Cancer Center team. She focuses on listening to her patients and their families to learn their wishes and values. This understanding drives the decisions she and patients develop together about cancer care... Read More
  • T.J. Health Welcomes Emily Tabor Jessie, MSN, APRN, FNP-C

    Emily received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Western Kentucky University. She completed her Master of Science in Nursing at Ohio University, and she is currently pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Walden University. “Nursing is a passion that allows me to serve the community,” Emily said... Read More
  • Embellish Interior Design Trends

    Home, n. – a place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household. But the true meaning of a home is an enjoyable, happy place where you can live, laugh and learn, where you are loved, respected, and cared for. The new development out Scottsville Road, Poplar Grove, was created with families in mind, and showcased home #7 built by Bennie Jones Constructions in the 2019 Builders Association of South Central Kentucky’s Parade of Homes. Read More