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BG Noon Rotary Announces Upcoming Meeting Plans, Programs, Speakers and Topics

Bowling Green Country Club
August 31, 2014, Bowling Green, KY . . . The Bowling Green Rotary Club announces its meeting topics for the month of September 2014.

September 3: Bart Badgett is the Account Executive for New Business and Group Sales for the Bowling Green Hot Rods. He is a graduate of George Washington University and has his Masters from the University of Louisville. He is also the "on field MC" for the Hot Rods. Bart will update us on the team and playoffs

Hot Rods General Manager Adam Nuse is a 2003 University of Oklahoma graduate. The next year Adam received a Masters degree in Sports Administration at Wichita State University, where he also worked in the Shockers' athletic department as a group sales coordinator. Adam joined the Bowling Green Hot Rods in January 2014 following nine seasons with the Houston Astros AA Affiliate, the Corpus Christi Hooks. He was named Vice President in 2009.

September 10: Paul Hamblin is the CEO of The Bridge to Recovery located right here in Bowling Green. The Bridge to Recovery is a transformational residential program which specializes in healing individuals by addressing the core causes of anxiety, depression, and compulsive behaviors. The result is emotional recovery and a renewed enthusiasm for life. Paul has been working in the field of addictions for over 17 years. He has experience in admissions, intake, development, aftercare planning, case management, and marketing. Paul's passion is helping individuals and families who are struggling to get the help they need. With close ties to the recovering community and its treatment providers, Paul has developed long-term relationships with many of the most well-known facilities and professionals nationally in the treatment arena. Paul is also the Past President of the Palm Beach Rotary Club located in Palm Beach, Florida.

September 17: Gary Cockriel has been a Corvette owner since 1979 and a club member of Corvettes Limited of Bowling Green, KY, Inc. since 1980, where he is a charter member. He has built and owned many Corvettes over the years and 19 of those years were consecutive! He joined the Corvette Museum as a Founding Member in 1990 and as a lifetime member in 1996. He also served on the Museum's Board of Directors from 2001 to 2002. His Board term was supposed to be longer, but in 2002 he had the opportunity to become a full-time employee of the Museum team and jumped at the chance. From 2002 until March 2013, he has served as the Museum's New Corvette Delivery Manager. His role now is PR/Development Officer.

September 24: Mr. James Graham, who is a personal friend of our club member, Dan Cherry, and is Past Rotary District Governor of Zone 30 in Indianapolis, will present, "The Legacy of Quadrat," the story of an Afghan child who was brought to the United States by Rotary District 6560 and the Indiana National Guard in an attempt to save the baby's life. The outcome and effort far exceeded the dreams of the Rotary Club and military participants.

Members of the news media are cordially invited to attend these meetings, enjoy lunch and hear and interview the speaker as time allows.

The Bowling Green Rotary Club was chartered in September 1920 and meets every Wednesday at noon at the Bowling Green Country Club, 251 Beech Bend Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101.

Lupus Support Group

Barnes and Noble
For people with Lupus to get support, comfort and friendship that they need, also to discover they are not alone in the way they feel.

For more information contact: Mia Hardaway 270-799-3820, or Ann Willis 270-799-6265.

Temple Hill Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Meeting

Temple Hill Fire Station
Election of 2 person to the Board of Directors

Bud Tarry @270 670 4672