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The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce recently released the following information: The Gene Watson show that was scheduled for the night of Friday, Dec. 6 has been cancelled. Watson is stuck in Texas due to bad weather and sends his apologies. He plans to have a make up concert next spring but the date is unknown. Please share this information and let anyone you know who purchased tickets know. You
Many little girls dream of growing up to be royalty; be it Cinderella, the Queen of Hearts, or a fairy princess, these young ladies revel in the idea of the crown. Bowling Green native Lorryn Bolte had these same fantasies, but with a twist: Her dream included a horse and cowboy hat. In February Bolte was crowned Miss Rodeo Missouri. Next week she’ll travel to Las Vegas, Nev. for the
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce held their regular meeting last Wednesday, Nov. 13 at noon. The group finalized several event plans, including an upcoming contest, lighting ceremony, and concert. Chamber president Chad Perkins called the meeting to order at 12:07 p.m., with many board and regular members in attendance. City Administrator Dan Lang gave the update of goings-on with the city, including the new parks and recreation news on
The Bowling Green High School Project Prom committee is hosting another exciting event this week to raise funds for the after prom activity. Trivia Night The Project Prom Trivia Night will be Nov. 15 beginning at 6 p.m. Teams of eight are invited to play, with entry fees of $10 per person. Reservations were due by Nov. 8. For more information, contact Cindy Browning at 573-470-1922 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selected for the Northeast Missouri All-District Choir from Bowling Green High School were (pictured, from left): Courtney Burbridge, Tyler Talkington, and Gabby Farabee. The three singers auditioned for the honor in September at Warrenton and had their first rehearsal/performance Saturday, Nov. 2 at Moberly High School.
The Bowling Green High School Project Prom committee is hosting two exciting events in the near future to raise funds for the after prom activity. Scavenger Hunt The Project Prom Scavenger Hunt and costume contest will be held this Friday, Nov. 1. Teams will meet at the BGHS commons to pick up their first clue, and may consist of eight players. Student teams must have a parent driver. The
On Halloween evening, Thursday, Oct. 31, from 5 to 7 p.m., the YMCA will be hosting a special event for the holiday. They will be giving free t-shirts to the first 200 kids. There will be fun activities, including an obstacle course and costume contest, food, games, and prizes. All children much be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
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