Bagdad Fire Department Ribeye dinner October 11
Special Needs East Transportation Viva Las Vegas October 11
Tri City Van and Storage Yard Sale October 17 & 18
The Tri City yard sale to benefit WHAS Crusade for Children will be held on October 17 & 18.
632 Industry Road
Louisville, KY 40208
For further information, contact Debbie Taylor at Tri City Van and Storage (502) 635-6811
WAVERLY HILLS HAUNTED HOUSE…Waverly Hills Haunted House & Mini Tours every Friday & Saturday Night
Waverly Hills Haunted House & Mini Tours every Friday & Saturday Night
Every Friday & Saturday night
September 26th – November 1st
Gates open at 7:30 PM & Close at midnight
Whoever is through the gates by midnight will get to go through.
Cost is $20.00 CASH per guest. You can go through the haunted house that is on the first floor of Waverly or take a mini tour that goes on the other floors of Waverly.
Not intended for the weak of heart. Not suggested for anyone under the age of 10 years old. NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF 7 YEARS OLD ALLOWED.
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK…
PARKING $5.00 A CAR LOAD, PROFITS FORM PARKING GO TO: THE WHAS CRUSADE FOR CHILDREN.
You will receive (1) $5.00 off Zombie Shoot coupon per car.
Go to www.therealwaverlyhills.com for more details.
Crusade awards grants in south central Kentucky
WBKO-TV in Bowling Green has been a strong network partner of the WHAS Crusade for Children for more than a decade.
Thanks to General Manager Rick McCue and Weather Director Chris Allen for their ongoing support in spreading the goodness of the Crusade across South Central Kentucky.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — This year’s WHAS Crusade For Children is paying off for non-profits right here in south central Kentucky. Tuesday those groups were presented their checks by our very own Chris Allen in Bowling Green.
The dollar amounts were different for everybody. Each organization said the impact of every dollar will be huge.
“Their funding is vital to the success of our organization. It keeps us going. It keeps us hopeful. It keeps the creative juices flowing,” said ExecutiveDirector of VSA Kentucky, Delaire Rowe.
“This money is going to go toward our pediatric hospice program. We call it Courageous Kids. This brings us one step closer to bringing that program to Bowling Green,” said Hosparus of Manager of Community Relations, Melinda Hill.
During the Crusade For Children telethons a little more than $11,000 was raised in and around Warren County. The total amount given away from the overall drive was $195,000.