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Aug 27, 2016

Brett Knifley sweeps Todd County 4-H archery event

Olmstead School student Brett Knifley won first place bare bow class, first place bow hunter class and first place target bow class. She also had the highest overall score in bare bow class to win Top Shot and highest overall score in bow hunter class to win Top Shot. Her dad, Andy 'SoldIt' Knifley, and Brett won second place in the buddy shoot. She has won over 20 first places this summer.



Aug 23, 2016

Collier pitches third shutout, Kees and Higgins perfect at plate

The Russellville Middle School softball team rolled up another shutout Monday, going on the road to crush Moss Middle 13-0. Amiyah Collier pitched another no-hit shutout, running her worksheet to one hit and no runs and a 3-0 record. She struck out six. Jaylah Kees went three for three at the plate and Crissy Higgins two for two. Also getting hits were Brinley Mason, Hannah Alford, Madison Penrod & Reese Croslin. Their coach is Ryan Davenport.



Aug 22, 2016

Unity in the Community—a family event designed to unify the community—will be held at Hampton Park in Russellville this Saturday, beginning at 6 p.m. Katy Johnson Whitford, who has organized the event along with Ashley Wells, says, “This will be a night of family fun! Let's come together as a community to fellowship and support two great local organizations, Shop With a Cop and Givin' Back. We will have bouncy houses, food vendors, a silent auction, basketball tournaments and cornhole tournaments. Proceeds will be donated to these two groups." Whitford plans to have baked goods for sale and would welcome donations of items like that. Contact her through the Unity in the Community Facebook page.  



Aug 21, 2016

Concerned Citizens to begin clothing giveaway Tuesday

Clothing giveaways for those in need will be conducted by Concerned Citizens of Russellville/Logan County beginning this Tuesday, Aug. 23. The clothes will be available across East Fifth Street in Russellville in a house at 163 South Morgan Street, according to Concerned Citizens Executive Director Dorris Vick. Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays for the foreseeable future.



Aug 21, 2016

Work continues on signal light replacement at Ninth and Main streets

The traffic signal rebuild project continue this week at the intersection of Ninth and Main streets in Russellville. Crews are installing conduit within the roadway for the new signal. Wes Watt of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says motorists should anticipate a one-lane road controlled by flaggers.



Aug 19, 2016

Panthers pound Trigg 41-0 in first Linton-Wren Kickoff Classic

On a beautiful later summer night for football at Rhea Stadium, the Russellville Panthers crushed Trigg County 41-0 Friday. The game was never close and the running clock started early. It was John Myers' 100th victory as the Panther coach. Had he got in in the last game of the 2015 season, RHS would have been in the state finals. They hope to take that extra step this year. The game can be heard on WRUS at 2:05 Saturday afternoon with John Brett Reynolds and Alex Watkins calling the action.



Aug 19, 2016

Adler to field new-look Cougars at home tonight against Bears

The Todd Adler Era begins tonight as the Logan County Cougars entertain Butler County in their season opener. Adler is beginning his head coaching career with this game. He is a former star player for the Cougars and has been highly successful in building the middle school program. Many current key varsity players have been coached by him in middle school. The game can be heard live over WRUS (610 AM) and on the web at  www.network1sports.com/station/wrus with Andy and Zack Woodall calling the action.



Aug 18, 2016

Rain postpones RHS sports events

From Russellville Athletic Director Calvin Head: RMS Softball has been canceled today. They have rescheduled for Aug. 29 at Trigg.  (They will practice in the facility tonight at 5:30, per Coach Ryan Davenport.) RMS Football has been canceled today. They will make up this game on Sept. 6 at Todd. RHS Soccer vs. Franklin has been canceled for today. No makeup date has been selected yet.



Aug 16, 2016

Summer Book Fair to be held at library later this week

From Konnie Smith: The Friends of the Library will have a Summer Book Fair on August 18-20 at Logan County Public Library. Hours are Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday, 9-4 and Saturday (1/2 price day) 10-2. Proceeds from the sale will be used for children and adult programming and events. Stock up now for winter reading!



Aug 15, 2016

Shakertown Appraisal Day canceled

From Director Tommy Hines: "Due to a scheduling conflict for Case Antiques Inc., Auctions & Appraisals, we have to cancel South Union Shaker Village Appraisal Day. We look forward to rescheduling the event. However, we hope that you will come visit the Village soon." The event was to have been held on Aug. 27.



Aug 12, 2016

Elkton bridge over KY 181 now open

Wes Watt of the Kentucky Transportation Department reports that the bridge over Elk Creek in Elkton has been reopened, and motorists using KY 181 will be shifted to the west side of the roadway to allow the contract crews to continue widening operations on the east side of KY 181. Motorists should anticipate a one-lane road controlled by flaggers during working hours.



Aug 7, 2016

Russellville Independent Schools will initiate the lifetime Golden Panther Pass on Aug. 15. Senior citizens age 60 or older will be provided a photo ID badge to be admitted to Russellville home athletic. This will be good for the cardholder only. It will not be valid for any tournament, district, regional or state playoff games. Superintendent Leon Smith says, “You will need to present the pass at the gate for free admission. You will need to come to the Russellville central office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., starting on Aug. 15. We appreciate so much the community support of our school district and student athletes.”



Aug 6, 2016

Logan team playing in national semifinals

The Impact International Ministries basketball Grade 10 team from Logan County has reached the semifinals of their division of the national tournament in Wichita, Kansas. Coach Jerry Epley's team lost its first two games but has since won three straight, including knocking off a talented, tough team from Oklahoma City in the quarterfinals. Austin Rayno hit six of seven 3-pointers in that game. In Logan's previous outing, Kelby Epley scored 28 points. Rayno finished second in both the 3-point shooting and skills competition nationally before the tournament began.



Aug 6, 2016

Logan tracksters honored for excellence in the classroom

Eleven members of last spring's Logan County High track teams have been honored for their school work, Coach Greg Howard has announced. Named Academic All-State were Breanna Baptiste, Ann-Meguiar Bouldin, Lauren Burnett, Robert Dancer, Jessie Hakins, Jessica Hines, Sawyer Hopkins, Meredith Johnson, Taleia Mason and Devin Roche while Monica Hines was Honorable mention all-state.



Aug 6, 2016

Amiyah Collier wins state poster contest

Elisa Hanley, Pupil Transportation Section Supervisor, has announced that Amiyah N. Collier of Stevenson Elementary School has won the Kentucky 2016 Poster Contest for her category.  She will be receiving a certificate, and her poster has been forwarded to the National Association for Pupil Transportation for the National poster contest. Amiyah is the daughter of Reggie and Ashley Collier. Her poster will represent Kentucky in national competition.



Aug 5, 2016

Special night at Rhea Stadium set in 2 weeks

Two of Russellville most distinguished alumni will be honored along with the great 1966 Panthers when the Linton-Wren Kickoff Classic is held two weeks from tonight at Rhea Stadium. Coach John Meyer's Panthers will play host to long-time rival Trigg County in the Linton-Wren Kickoff Classic on Aug. 19. Long-time Panther assistants Buddy Linton and Howard Wren, who were both standout Panthers, are to be memorialized following both of their deaths in recent years. Then Coach Stumpy Baker's team of 50 years ago, which was undefeated going into the state championship game only to lose by a few feet, will be honored. Watch The LoJo for more details.



Aug 4, 2016

30th annual 8th of August Emancipation Celebration underway

The 30th Annual 8th of August Emancipation Celebration got underway Thursday night in the area of Hampton Park in Russellville and will run through Sunday. Hundreds--more likely thousands--come to Logan County this weekend every year as a homecoming and as a chance to celebrate the freeing of slaves. Several sporting events are scheduled, but much of the time is spent in enjoying food and fellowship. Russellville Blues will provide a free concert Friday night at the West Kentucky African American Museum featuring the Memphis Blues sound. Track and football great Andre Morris will be the parade marshal Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Click on the attached flier for a schedule of events.



Aug 4, 2016

Bradshaw commits to play basketball for Belmont

Russellville High basketball star Pedro Bradshaw told a library filled with friends, family, teachers, teammates and media Thursday afternoon that he plans to play collegiately for Belmont University in Nashville. He cited his belief in legendary Bruins coach Rick Byrd, whom Bradshaw twice called "Hall of Fame coach." He said Belmont is a "great fit" for him. "I can get a good degree, a chance to play early, and the opportunity to develop into my dream of playing professionally," he said. He also said it will allow his grandparents who have raised him, Ricky Rogers and Virginia Bradshaw, to come to see him play often. His good friend on his travel ball team, Grayson Murphy of Indepence High School in the Nashville area, committed to the Bruins earlier in the week, he noted. Coach Phil Todd called Bradshaw a "throwback kid" who works hard and behaves himself like athletes from decades ago. He's a hard worker in the classroom, on the court and in his job at Arby's, Todd said. Principal Kim McDaniel said, "He's the kind of kid you hope never leaves (your school)." Bradshaw also credited RHS guidance counselor Rex Booth for pushing him to build his body in the weightroom. Several present believe that some of the nation's best-known basketball powers will continue to try to recruit Bradshaw before he can officially sign with Belmont in November. Bradshaw averaged 21 points and 12.5 rebounds per game as a junior.



Aug 3, 2016

Landon Stratton preseason All-OVC

Former Logan County High School multi-sport standout Landon Stratton, who is a redshirt sophomore at Murray State University. has been named third team Preseason All-OVC by the College Sports Madness publication. Stratton averaged 42.0 yards per punt as a redshirt freshman to finish 19th in the nation and third in the OVC last year. He is one of nine Murray State Racers to be honored, according to GoRacers.com. Murray State will kick off its 2016 campaign against Illinois on Sept. 3 in Champaign, live on the Big Ten Network at 2:30 p.m. 



Aug 2, 2016

Jackson Campbell to catch for Belmont University

After a summer of success on baseball diamonds and at showcases, Logan County High senior catcher Jackson Campbell has decided to commit to playing baseball for Belmont University in Nashville after his graduation from LCHS. A number of schools had shown interest in him, including the University of Louisville and Western Kentucky University. Belmont is an NCAA Division I program. Campbell is one of the state’s top ranked players overall, especially among catchers. His summer travel ball team, the Nashville Knights, just got back from the Perfect Game Wooden Bat Tournament in Atlanta and finished in the top 15 out of 378 teams. Campbell made the all-tournament team. Prep Baseball Report Kentucky Prep Baseball Report Kentucky gives him impressive ratings. He is the son of Jason and Jesica Ferris Campbell.



Jul 31, 2016

Bradshaw to announce his college choice Thursday

Russellville Athletic Director Calvin Head has announced that a press conference for senior basketball star Pedro Brashaw Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in the RHS library. He will announce his decision on where he will be playing his college basketball after he graduates. The most sought after Panther basketball player since Squeaky Hampton in 2002, Bradshaw has a number of offers, including from Belmont and North Carolina Wilmington. His RHS coach is Phil Todd and he is very close to Assistant Coach Ryan Davenport.



Jul 29, 2016

LCHS All Sports Passes for new year available

All Sports Passes for the 2016-17 school year at Logan County High School are being sold for $100 each. The pass allows one person into all regular season LCHS home athletic events. It does not include postseason action or special tournaments. Passes can be obtained at the LCHS front office from Debbie Brown. Phone numbers and email addresses are required. Each pass will be numbered and signed. Purchasers are advised to call to see if Brown is available before arriving. The Logan County High School Cougar Foundation is working with the school on the project.



Jul 29, 2016

James Milam honored by Kentucky Bar

Russellville attorney James C. Milam was honored as a 2016 Senior Counselor during the Kentucky Bar Association’s Annual Convention in Louisville recently. This year the KBA honored a total of 165 senior counselors. Senior Counselors are those attorneys and judges who have distinguished themselves as such by virtue of having been admitted to the practice of law for 50 years or by having celebrated their 75th birthday. Milam was presented a certificate commemorating his service to the bar by KBA President Douglass Farnsley at a reception honoring the 2016 Senior Counselors. A video tribute in celebration of this achievement was broadcast at the KBA Annual Membership Awards Luncheon. Milam received his law degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1966.



Jul 28, 2016

Logan Chamber to present Women in Business Luncheon

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Women in Business Luncheon on Tuesday, Aug. 16, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Extension Office with the theme “Sweet Success: Women Take the Cake!” The speaker will be Gigi Butler, founder of Gigi’s Cupcakes. She will tell her story and then conduct a Question & Answer session. Tickets are $20 per person and can be reserved by calling the Logan County Chamber of Commerce at 270-726-2206. Seating is limited.



Jul 25, 2016

McReynolds to receive national honor from athletic directors' organization

Retired Logan County High School Hugh McReynolds  is being honored as one of 10 recipients of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association's (NIAAA) Distinguished Service Award to be presented at the NIAAA's National Conference in December at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. 



Jul 23, 2016

Rain, wind cause damage in Logan

Rain, wind and flood damage have hit Logan County in the past two weeks. Some residents have had to leave their homes until water damage can be repaired. Trees have been pulled up by their roots and limbs have been severed. Some of the most visible damage has come on the grounds of Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Sixth and Winter streets and at the corner of Ninth and Main streets in Russellville. Summer Street was blocked by a fallen tree Friday between the site of the former Russellville Middle School gym and the home of Charles and Pat Roney on East Eighth Street. Other areas of the county have been damaged, and ponds are appearing where they didn't exist previously.



Jul 22, 2016

Airport receives grant

Russellville-Logan County Airport Board will receive $33,884 in federal funds for the design of a perimeter fence and the expansion of an apron to provide additional space for aircraft parking. U.S. Representative Ed Whitfield announced the grants by the Federal Aviation Administration through the U.S. Department of Transportation. He said, “This enhancement will provide the opportunity for further growth and development and benefit the surrounding region as well.”



Jul 20, 2016

Culinary Arts Professor Mike Riggs of SKYCTC named best in natio

Dr. Michael Riggs, program coordinator and professor, Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College, Bowling Green was named the Postsecondary Educator of the Year at the 2016 CAFÉ/Sysco Corporation Educator of the Year Awards presented at the 12th-Annual Leadership Conference of the Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education (CAFÉ) in Chicago on June 23. SKYCTC's Culinary Arts program is considered one of the best in the nation.

 



Jul 18, 2016

Hearing for Auburn Amish men delayed until Sept. 1

District Judge Ken Williams has granted another continuance to a group of Amish men from the Auburn area who continue to receive citations from Auburn police for refusing to attach waste receptacles to the rear ends of the horses which draw their buggies and wagons. Nine Amish men--all of whom are named Mast or Miller--were in court Thursday for a preliminary hearing which had been continued from May. Their attorney, Travis Lock, requested the continuance, and Williams moved it to Sept. 1. More tickets are being issued, Lock noted. One of the younger men has been issued five citations. After driving his horse three miles out of his way to avoid going to work through downtown Auburn, he was ticketed near the intersection of U.S. 68-80 and KY 103, which is in the city limits. Family members say as a result he decided to start going through town again. Many Amish families were in the courtroom, as were several other Auburn citizens who came to support the religious group.



Jul 17, 2016

All Russellville students to receive free meals

The first day of school for Russellville kindergarten through 12th grade students is Thursday, Aug. 4. Breakfast will be served that day at both the elementary and junior/senior high school. Every student will receive a free breakfast and a free lunch for this school year. Ala carte items and extras are not included in the free meals program, and students will need to bring money if they wish to purchase those items.



Jul 16, 2016

Brett and Andy Knifley win 4-H archery shoot

Olmstead archery star Brett Knifley had a very successful outing in a 4-H archery shoot in Marshall County Saturday. She  placed first in bare bow class, first in bow hunter class, and first in target bow class!. She and her dad, Andy 'Soldit" Knifley also won the buddy shoot.



Jul 15, 2016

Pork grilling planned today on the Russellvile square

Several Logan County leaders will be grilling pork for sandwiches and serving food beginning at 11 a.m. today in front of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce office on Carrico Park Square in Russellville. Proceeds will go to Concerned Citizens of Logan County for their tutoring and other after school activities for young people.



Jul 14, 2016

Blood drive in Auburn area to be held Friday

A blood drive is scheduled Friday for the Auburn community at New Friendship Baptist Church from noon to 6 p.m, sponsored by Church Women United. To register, call 800-RED CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org and enter auburn19.



Jul 14, 2016

Lewisburg SBDM Council to meet Friday morning

Lewisburg Elementary School will have another SBDM Council meeting at 8 a.m. Friday at the school as the process of choosing a new council member continues.



Jul 13, 2016

Little Mr. and Miss Logan County Fair Pageant set Tuesday

The Little Mr. & Miss Logan County Fair Pageant will be hosted by the Logan County Tourist & Convention Commission next Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Logan County Extension Complex. Age groups are 0-5 for boys and 0-12 for girls. For more information, contact Logan County Tourism at 270-726-1678.



Jul 13, 2016

Lewisburg principal search underway

The Lewisburg SBDM will meet today (Wednessday) at 1 p.m. at Lewisburg Elementary School to conduct interviews for the open principal position. Principal Randy Marcum is retiring this month.

 



Jul 12, 2016

Zach Denney to pitch in OVC

Former Russellville High School standout pitcher Zach Denney will continue his college baseball career following completion of his junior college days. Denney was a key member of the Logan County Little League All-Stars who played in the Little League World Series in 2009. The last two seasons he pitched for the Lincoln Trail Statesmen baseball team. Lincoln Trail is located in Robinson, Ill. and is part of the Illinois Eastern Community College system. Now Denney will pitch for the University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks, an Ohio Valley Conference team. Coach Rick Robinson's  Skyhawks finished 19-35 last season. Denney worked both as a starting pitcher and as a middle reliever this spring. Former Logan County and Greenwood softball player Aeron Smith is the starting catcher for UT Martin softball. Denney is playing for the Hopkinsville Hoppers this summer. The Hoppers are a member of the Ohio Valley Summer Collegiate Baseball League. 



Jul 7, 2016

LCHS Freshmen Orientation set July 19

Cougar Connection Day will be held for incoming ninth graders at Logan County High School Tuesday, July 19, from 9 a.m.-noon. Lunch will be provided by the Youth Services Center. “This will allow freshmen to kick off a successful transition to high school by meeting teachers, gaining important information, receiving schedules and getting free tee shirts,” says Cougar Academy Team Leader Amy Taylor. Parents can attend a session in the main gym from 11:30-noon. Information will be available on the school nurse, bus routes and school fees.



Jul 5, 2016

Logan Schools ask people to adopt a back-to-school student

Logan County Schools are asking the public to adopt a student for back to school! Entitled Christmas in July, a flier says, “Many students in our area need help to have a great start to the school year. You can adopt a student and receive a specific supply list of what they will need, pack it in a new backpack to return to the school. We will also provide sizes if you would like to purchase them a new outfit to have for back to school.” For more information contactAdairville/Lewisburg Schools Family Resource Youth Service Centers:email melanie.manley@logan.kyschools.usor for Auburn/Chandlers/Olmstead Schools Family Resource Youth Service Centers email hope.strode@logan.kyschools.us



Jul 3, 2016

July 4 fireworks show planned at Schochoh

A fireworks show will begin around 8:30/dusk on Monday, July 4, at the Schochoh Community Center! Rusty Martin says, "We had a wonderful turnout last year!! Special Thanks to Miles Farms, Orndorff Farms, Henderson Farms, Walnut Grove Farms, Hughes Farms, Robey Farms and Jason Brown with Schochoh Crop Service for making this all happen!" The public is invited.



Jul 1, 2016

July NAACP meeting postponed until July 8

From NAACP Chapter President William Woodard: "The Russellville-Logan County NAACP cancels the scheduled monthly meeting for Friday, July 1.The meeting is rescheduled for Friday, July 8, at 5 p.m. at the K of P Hall."



Jun 30, 2016

Auburn crushes Okolona behind power of Collier and Collins

Auburn won Game Two in the state Babe Ruth softball tournament 15-1 over Louisville Okolona Thursday. The offense was powered by Amiyah Collier, who went four for four, with two singles and two home runs, and Hailey Collins' bases clearing triple. Collier pitched two shutout innings to get the win. Addie Moiser picked up the save. Coach Joseph Jenkins says, "These girls came to play today! We did what we came to do. We are not finished!"



Jun 30, 2016

Auburn Babe Ruth wins state 12U softball opener

Auburn's 12U softball team won its all-important state Babe Ruth tournament opener in Louisville Thursday 10-1. According to Coach Joseph Jenkins, Lilly Newman hit a grand slam in the seconnd inning to ignite the offense. Kayleigh Sweeney pitched the win, Amiyah Collier picked up the save. 



Jun 29, 2016

Auburn girls to play in state Babe Ruth tournament

Auburn Babe Ruth 12U All-Stars will represent Logan County in the Kentucky Babe Ruth State Tournament in Louisville’s Fern Creek Park Thursday through Sunday. Team members shown in the accompanying picture are, from left, kneeling Lindsey Brinkley, Marlee Allen, Amiyah Collier, Jaylah Kees, Kaitlyn Moore, Kayleigh Sweeney; standing, Kenzi Cross, Hailey Collins, Anastasia Dowlen, Lilly Newman, Addie Mosier, Reese Hughes; Coaches Sean Mosier, Joseph Jenkins and Brad Sweeney



Jun 29, 2016

Jackson's Orchard returning to local market Thursday

The Kentucky Wonders Garden Market will begin its summer run this Thursday at noon. Jackson's Orchard will bring peaches to Russellville for sale as long as they last. Vegetables, herbs and other garden produce will also be available. The market is located at Fellowship Church of Christ at the corner of 4th and Franklin streets in front of the old hospital. This will continue on Thursdays as long as Jackson's Orchard has fruit to sell here.



Jun 24, 2016

Cancer claims life of radio personality Scooter Davis

Long-time WBVR morning personality Scooter Davis of Russellville died Friday morning after a long battle with cancer. He had continued doing his morning show on The  Beaver until nearly the end. Scooter, whose birth name was Thane Austin, announced on WRUS on June 16, 2015 that he had terminal cancer and had been given a year to live. Many members of the staff of WRUS and of The Beaver when it was headquartered in Russellville gathered last summer for a reunion that was also an opportunity for many of those who live out of the area to say good-bye. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.



Jun 22, 2016

Lauren Burnett adding to her sports at Campbellsville

Recent Logan County High School graduate Lauren Burnett has previously committed to play soccer for Campbellsville University. Now she has added one or two more teams, depending on how it's viewed. Burnett, who finished third in the state in the Class 3A discus throw recently, will also throw for both the indoor and outdoor track teams when the Tigers' soccer season ends. LCHS teammates Bre Baptiste & Emma Cartas will join Burnett on the CU soccer team. Russellville's DevonYa Bryant will play basketball for the Lady Tigers.



Jun 21, 2016

Westerfield to speak at GOP meeting for women

The Logan County Republican Women's Club will meet on June 28, 5:30 p.m. at GOP Headquarters, Russellville. An American Flag Retirement Ceremony will be held on Carrico Park Square at the beginning of the meeting. Sen. Whitney Westerfield will be a guest speaker. Gus Herbert, representative from Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles' office, will also be a guest speaker. Other guests will include members of the Teen Republican Club, who will receive a $100 donation from LCRWC. Light refreshments will be served. Questions? Call 270 726 3801 or 270 725 9100.



Jun 16, 2016

Quartet of Lady Cougars to play in national v-ball tourney in Orlando

Four current and former Logan County Lady Cougar volleyball team members are scheduled to play in the AAU National Volleyball Tournament this weekend as part of the Audubon Volleyball Association program. The former Lady Cougar is Sierra Morrow, who will begin playing for Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. She is a member of the 18-year-old Cyclones. Twins Karrah and Hannah Cron are on different teams. Hannah Cron plays for the 15-year-old Vortex team. Karrah Cron and Lady Cougar teammate Kerra Cornist playfor 16-year-old Hurricanes. There is some concern, however, since the tournament is being played in Orlando, which has been the center of attention for violence the past week.



Jun 16, 2016

SKY CAM Camp has openings next week

SKYCTC’s free SKY CAM Camp, highlighting careers in advance manufacturing, still has openings for the week of June 20 – 24 in Bowling Green. If you know of a high school junior or senior who might be interested in attending, please contact Brian Sparks at 270-901-1228 or Kristina Tackett at 270-901-1096.


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