WCVK/Bowling Green Launches Community Impact Awards
April 16, 2009 at 2:13 PM (PT)
BOWLING GREEN COMMUNITY Christian AC WCVK-WJVK/BOWLING GREEN, KY recently unveiled its COMMUNITY IMPACT AWARDS OF SOUTHERN KENTUCKY. Through the awards, the station aims to honor and celebrate the work and service of civic leaders and volunteers in SOUTHERN KENTUCKY.
The COMMUNITY IMPACT AWARDS will be given annually in four categories: Outstanding Business, Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Volunteer and Outstanding Non-Profit Organization of the Year. Nominations are being accepted through AUGUST 7th, 2009. An independent selection committee will process the nominations and the station will recognize the award recipients at a special dinner banquet on NOVEMBER 19th, 2009.
Additional information and nomination forms are available at www.theimpactawards.com.
To announce the awards program, the station hosted an event called BREAKFAST AT THE MUSEUM. The event was the first breakfast to be held in the banquet hall of the NATIONAL CORVETTE MUSEUM’s new wing that features also the CORVETTE CAFE and museum store.
In attendance were 225 local residents and community leaders including U.S. Congressman BRETT GUTHRIE, KENTUCKY State Representative JIM DeCESARE, BOWLING GREEN City Commissioner BRUCE WILKERSON, Fire Chief GREG JOHNSON and Sheriff JERRY “PEANUT” GAINES. CURB RECORDS band MIKESCHAIR played a four-song set and awarded door prizes.