A man who was instrumental in improving Bowling Green’s Parks and Recreation areas is in Washington D.C. the night of June 19, 2007, to receive a National Jefferson Award.
Doctor Alton Little was one of four South Central Kentucky Jefferson Award Recipients, honored in April 2007.
On June 19, he’s attended a gala dinner and national ceremony.
Doctor Little is a retired minister who taught P.E. and recreation at WKU for 31 years. He also founded Mended Hearts, a support group in Bowling Green for people who’ve had major open heart surgery.
The Jefferson Awards were created in 1972 to honor individuals for their achievements through community service.
For more on the Jefferson Awards, be sure to click here.
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