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About Bowling Green Blog

Welcome to Bowling Green blog. We are excited for this new way of communicating with the public. Each week, our goal will be to post at least one blog regarding City information, processes or agendas.  In addition, the blog administrator will also post updates about special events, news, announcements and more on a regular basis.

We welcome feedback and are excited to hear from you.  As stated in our comment policy, we ask that the comments not contain profanity, personal attacks, etc. We hope that you find value in our posts and please feel free to let us know if there are topics that you would like to see discussed.  You can contact Kim Lancaster at kim.lancaster@bgky.org or 270-393-3642 for more information.  Please also remember to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook and view our videos on YouTube.

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2 Responses to “About Bowling Green Blog”

  1. Tammy Helson says:

    To whom it may concern:

    As a Bowling Green/Warren County resident I would ask kindly to rethink into having the Festival Of Lights. This family event was a great promotion to company’s or other industrial that took time to make such beautiful scenes with Christmas lights. My family & I always looked forward to the Festival Of Lights when they were at Basil Griffin Park as to when they were at Beech-Bend Park witch both are missed very deeply. The square is very pretty and all and I would personally like to see more Christmas lights and more light figures but all in all the square is a nice place to walk or sit with a cup of hot coffee however the Festival Of Lights would also be very nice family event to have back in Bowling Green.
    Sincerely,
    Miss. Helson

    P.S.
    Please think about this for Christmas 2014. Would be much appreciated

    • Kim says:

      Miss Helson,
      Thank you so much for your post. I wanted to let you know that the Festival of Lights was never a City program. Festival of Lights was organized and put on by an organization called Prime Time Events which is no longer in business. I believe that the Downtown Redevelopment Authority tried to run the event for a year or two but it didn’t work out for them either.
      The best way to get an event like that back up and running would be for a non-profit group to organize it as an annual fund raiser. If there is anything else that I can help you with or any other information that I can provide, please let me know!
      Thanks,
      Kim Lancaster

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