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Monthly Archive for May, 2017

It’s SNAP Grant Time!

When warm weather settles in, people in my neighborhood get outdoors for walks around the block, brats and burgers on the grill, and even some front porch sitting. I like that my neighbors know who my kids are and that I can always count on them to keep an eye out on our place when […]

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Paul Walker Memorial Tournament

The City of Bowling Green, in conjunction with multiple sponsors, will be hosting the Paul Walker Memorial Golf Tournament on June 3rd and 4th, 2017 at the Paul Walker Golf Course. This tournament is open to the public and limited to the first 100 players. The entry fee is $100 for non-members and $90 for […]

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Top Five Fun and Free City Parks!

Looking for fun and free things to do this spring and Summer? Click here for the City of Bowling Green’s top suggestions. If you are looking for fun and free things to do this spring and summer then look no further. Below is five great suggestions for a variety of activities at City parks. Take […]

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While we plant many trees in our City’s parks each year, a much greater portion of our urban forest is on private land.  You can contribute to our City’s vitality and improve your own landscape by planting trees.  While there is a right place for just about every tree, not every tree is a good […]

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Learn to Swim Program

The Learn to Swim program provides swimming instructions for ages infant to adult during the months of June and July at the Russell Sims Aquatic Center. Registration dates are May 24th and 25th  at the Russell Sims Aquatic Center between the hours of 4 and 6:30 p.m. Classes are $75 for six classes over a […]

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Disaster Response Training

You may not think of building and code inspectors as responders, but in the event of a disaster in our community, NCS will be among the first wave of the City’s effort for recovery and helping to get families back into homes. From doing initial damage assessments and determining building safety, NCS electrical, building. and […]

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