CANCELED: 5th annual Blockbusters at the Ballpark

Due to the Coronavirus and the uncertainty surrounding our future, we have, unfortunately, made the hard decision to cancel the 5th annual Blockbusters at the Ballpark.

Thank you to all the sponsors that had partnered with us for this year before the pandemic hit: Bowling Green Hot Rods; Graves Gilbert Clinic; Vid Monster Productions; Atmos Energy; CoreTech LLC; English, Lucas, Priest, & Owsley, LLP; Houchens Industries; US Bank; Hancock Bank & Trust; and BG Blind Co.

Mark your calendars now for 2021 as we will return next year.

Our mission to collaborate with other agencies and organizations to provide lifelong learning for our citizens while utilizing existing physical and human resources and not duplicating other efforts. We do this through our school-age programs, adult enrichment, volunteer opportunities, and various community events. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, you can make a monetary donation, sign up for AmazonSmile or Kroger donation, or a “wish list” donation, log on to our support page at https://www.commed.us/support/ for more information.

Any and all gifts make a difference!

We hope you all stay safe and healthy.

 

Fall 2020 Enrichment Classes RELEASING SOON!

You can check out the full class list appearing in an outsert of the Bowling Green Daily News on Sunday, August 16.

Also, beginning in September we will have a full-page ad of our monthly class listings in the SOKY Happenings.

Be sure to check our website at www.commed.us/taking-classes/ for the latest updates. Our class offerings will be offered mostly online with a few in-person, if available, and following all guidelines at that time.

Thank you!

CANCELED: 23rd annual Stand for Children Day

Due to the Coronavirus and the uncertainty surrounding our future, we have made the decision to cancel the 23rd annual Stand for Children Day, sponsored by American Bank & Trust, Kiwanis Club of Bowling Green, and WellCare. Thank you to all the sponsors, vendors, and volunteers that had already partnered with us for this year. Mark your calendars now for June 2021 as we will return next year! Stay safe and healthy.

CANCELED: 16th annual Summer Activities Fair

Due to the uncertainty surrounding our country’s situation, we have made the decision to cancel the 2020 Summer Activities Fair.

Here’s to hoping we can have a great event in April 2021!

Stay well and best of luck to us all.

NEW! Online Spring Enrichment Classes

We’re online! Right now, you can take one of our enrichment classes from the comfort of your own home! All you need is a computer or mobile device (smartphones work too!) with audio. View the full selection of online offerings for spring today at (commed.us/taking-classes).

Spring Enrichment Classes- SUSPENDED

Our Enrichment Schedule for April-June came out yesterday, March 22, in the Bowling Green Daily News. Please know that registration for all enrichment classes is SUSPENDED until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We thank you for your patience at this time. Once we reopen, any remaining classes during this term will continue as planned. Thank you!

POSTPONED: US Bank’s Young Artists’ Competition

We are postponing the U.S. Bank Young Artists Competition until further notice. Once the health situation settles down we will reopen the competition using the entries we have already received and any new ones. Thank you for your understanding.

POSTPONED: 31st annual Volunteers of the Year Awards

31st annual Volunteers of the Year Awards

sponsored by BB&T, WNKY 40, American Legion Post 23, and BGMU

Volunteers In Action Executive Committee has elected to postpone the Awards due to the current COVID-19 situation. It is our sincerest hopes that we will be able to reschedule the event until the fall. At this time we will not be accepting nominations. As we make definite plans for the fall, we will let you know. Thanks and stay safe.

POSTPONED: 16th annual Summer Activities Fair

The 16th annual Summer Activities Fair scheduled for April 14 has been postponed. If things return to “normal” quickly enough for there to still be summer activities, we will try to reschedule the event. It’s possible we could do a virtual event if it is not possible to pull off the actual event like in year’s past. Thanks and stay safe.