********** Help us celebrate the 25th Annual Lake Shore Clean Up Saturday, September 15th, 8am~Noon with Barren River Lake State Resort Park, U.S. Army Corps of Enginees, Friends of Barren River and WBKO 13. Meet at the marina boat ramp to sign up, pick up your trash bags and wait for a ride on a [...]
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KidStuffAroundTown had a “Make Your Own Christmas Card” booth at the Christmas for the Soldiers drive event today (Nov.12). There was close to 200 cards made that will be sent with care packages from the donated items today. Mayor-Elect Bruce Wilkerson showed his support during his speech with inspiring words for the troops and everyone [...]
Everyone is invited to partake in the community-wide Christmas for the Soldiers this Saturday, November 12th. Events start at 10am at Phil Moore Park with Presentation of Colors, Prayer, and our National Anthem and ending at 2pm. Children can play on the inflatables, enjoy face painting, and write Christmas letters to the soldiers. Everyone is [...]
Join In!!! As a way to encourage learning at all ages, the WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships and KidStuffAroundTown is asking people to visit the freerice.com website to gain rice for the United Nations World Food Program during Hunger & Homelessness Week November 14-18. On the website, people can play a game with defining [...]
The Coats For Kids campaign began in 1991 as a project of the Bowling Green Junior Woman’s Club Home Life committee. In the very first year, they collected about 100 coats and have since grown to collecting about 1,000-1,500 coats every year. The coats (both gently used and new) are collected in the community and [...]
Soles4Souls has a mission to provide new and recycle shoes to those in need, in this case Haiti. The Christian Family Radio is once again organizing the Soles4Souls Charity Shoe Drive in South Central Kentucky. The drive ends September 30th. Shoes can be dropped off at these 3 locations: StorPlace Self Storage on Campbell Lane [...]
There will be 42 Alex’s Lemonade Stands all around Warren County tomorrow August 6th, please stop by and give your support to childhood cancer research. Alex’s Lemonade Stand was started in Bowling Green in 2005 by Riley Miller, who at the time was 11 yrs. old after losing her brother, Reid to a childhood cancer [...]
United Way Day of Caring 2011 was a huge success. Over 900 volunteers from across 5 counties united together to made a difference.
On Saturday, July 23rd more than 100 volunteers come out to paint the SKyPAC Mural by Andee Rudloff. Click Here to watch her draw the Mural.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand was started in Bowling Green in 2005 by Riley Miller, who at the time was 11 yrs old after losing her brother, Reid to a childhood cancer in 2002. She has inspired many Kids and Youth that they too can make a difference. This year, her sister Reagan is leading the efforts. [...]