Entries by Joshua Smith

32nd annual Volunteer of the Year Awards- Nominations DUE!

Volunteers in Action (VIA), made up of representatives from various agencies and organizations that rely on volunteerism, is seeking nominations for its 32nd annual Volunteer of the Year Awards. Sponsored this year by WNKY News 40, American Legion Post 23, and BGMU. Nominations are needed in THREE categories: the Anne Grubbs Spirit of Service Award, […]

Notice of Public Meetings

1227 Westen St., Bowling Green, KY  42104  •  270-842-4281  •  www.commed.us   Contact: Bill Oldham, Executive Director Office 270-842-4281 [email protected] Notice of public meetings January 12, 2023 Community Education of Bowling Green/Warren County holds monthly Advisory Council meetings and bi-monthly Board of Directors meetings. Under Kentucky Open Meeting laws, these meetings are open to any […]

50th Anniversary Celebrations

  OPEN HOUSE & PROCLAMATION Thursday, April 13 from 2-5 p.m. with Proclamation/Ribbon Cutting and words at 3 p.m.   SEPTEMBER’S COFFEE HOUR We are hosting the September Coffee Hour for Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce Friday, September 29 WKU’s Knicely Conference Center

Teen Angel’s Donation Blast – THIS FRIDAY!

Teen Angel DONATION BLAST Friday, Dec. 2 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. All donations MATCHED by CROCKER LAW FIRM Benefitting teenagers who are enrolled in a BGISD or WCPS at Christmas and throughout the year!  

2022 Starbucks Foundation Neighborhood Grant recipient

We are honored to be a recipient once again. The local Starbucks locations have been tremendous supporters of ours and of Teen Angel. A huge thank you is due to Maria Jones and her championing our causes.

Fall 2022 classes AVAILBLE NOW!

  Our Fall Enrichment class list appeared in the Daily News on Sunday, August 7.  You can also check out the full-page ad of our monthly class listings in the SOKY Happenings, you can find copies around town or here in our office. Be sure to check our website at www.commed.us/taking-classes/ for the latest updates. […]


When we hear about tragedies like the recent ones in Buffalo and Uvalde, we are overwhelmed with emotions. Our hearts are heavy as we embrace the victim’s families from afar. In addition to great sadness, anger, and the other emotions we feel, our thoughts also turn to make sure our families are as safe as […]