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Editor's Letter

It is December and we are all gearing up for Christmas and the New Year. Within this combined December/January issue we are excited to bring you our Holiday Gift Guide with many ideas on how to shop local this holiday season. We have great gift ideas for her from HeartStrings, Embellish and many others and always exciting gifts for him from FHG Clothiers and more!
12/9/2019

Help for your health through the Holidays

The holidays are upon us, and along with all the festivities, come a lot of temptation to overindulge. For people with chronic illnesses or food allergies, the abundance of sweets and rich food available this time of year—not to mention peer pressure to try everything— can be a real problem. With a little bit of planning and help from the experts at The Medical Center Health & Wellness, the holidays can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of diagnosis.
12/9/2019

CASA swears in 10 New Court Appointed Special Advocates

Family Court Judge Catherine Rice Holderfield swore in ten new Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers Monday morning in her courtroom on the 3rd floor of the Warren County Justice Center. CASA of South Central Kentucky is a non-profit agency that advocates for the best interests of abused, neglected, and dependent children who have been introduced into the Family Court systems around the region...
12/9/2019

New Year, New Organized You

It’s the time of year when Santa isn’t the only one making lists and checking them twice. People everywhere are beginning to think of those dreaded New Year’s Resolutions. Everyone knows the usual ones- get in shape, finally organize the junk closet, pay off debts, etc. A recent study conducted by Nielsen analytics shows however, that by Valentine’s Day one third of people who have made New Year’s Resolutions abandon them.
12/9/2019

VIProfile: Spence Sheldon

At the young age of 26, Spence Sheldon has already gained a lifetime of experience. Right out of college, with a Business Entrepreneurship degree from WKU, he was determined to “just go to work.” Wanting to be involved in music, he moved to Nashville and waited tables for a year and became interested in the restaurant industry...
12/9/2019

Aviation Heritage Park

As you drive down Three Springs Road in Bowling Green, it is nearly impossible to miss the impressive collection of aircraft at the Aviation Heritage Park (AHP). While the aircraft may be the initial draw for most people driving by or stopping to visit, the organizers of AHP are on a mission for visitors to learn about and honor the aviators behind each plane and how they are tied to the South Central Kentucky region.
12/9/2019

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: A Calming Christmas

Calming. Restful. Peaceful. Those aren’t normally words used to describe the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. But when you step into 412 Autumnstone Lane that is exactly what you feel. Liz Bradley, owner of Lulus Home Furnishings, has adorned her home is Christmas decor of gold, silver, and white - a simple elegance which allows for the peace the season should bring.
12/9/2019

Eight16 House Grand Reveal

Victor and Peggy Atalla, owners of Atalla Plastic Surgery, were excited to welcome the community in for a celebration of the completion of a renovation of a historic home on Chestnut Street in Downtown Bowling Green which was previously their office...
12/9/2019

A Crystal Ball

The Med Center Health Foundation hosted the 15th Annual Charity Ball on November 16th with the theme of A Crystal Ball! Over the years, Charity Ball has raised more than 2.9 million dollars for the Med Center Foundation Community Clinic.
12/9/2019

Pick of the Patch Pumpkin Party

Dr. Drobocky’s office has been filled with elaborate pumpkins over the past month that were decorated by the staff of many dentist office in our area. Throughout the month, Dr. Drobocky’s patients voted on their favorites who were awarded at the Pick of the Patch Pumpkin Party in early November.
12/9/2019

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12/7/2019

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...
11/4/2019

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...
11/4/2019

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.
11/4/2019

The Ethan Foundation

Redefining how people view health and wellness, starting from birth, is what The Ethan Foundation is all about. A hometown organization that started right here in Bowling Green, the foundation has a mission to change the idea of exercise from what many view as a chore that you must check off each day to fun that everyone looks forward to and truly enjoys.
11/4/2019
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