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Today UK HealthCare and Cincinnati Children's Hospital announce a potential pediatric heart care partnership. Watch why one family thinks this could help their son, Toby, along with many other Kentucky families.
The KBC - St. Louis partnership offers a variety of missions opportunities for Kentucky Baptists. This video features testimonies of participants on both the receiving and sending sides of the partnership as well as a brief overview of the challenges facing the St. Louis Metro Baptists. Hear the plea given to by local leaders to "come over and help us", and learn how you and your church can get involved!
UK students have the chance to find their passions and share them with the rest of Kentucky thanks to a partnership between the UK Symphony Orchestra, Maker's Mark, and Keeneland. Listen to why UK Basketball Coach John Calipari's face is on the latest of the charitable bottle series. Visit http://uknow.uky.edu/node/7591 for more information!
The University of Kentucky has entered into a new partnership with Kroger, reportedly for 12 years and $1.85 million annually according to the Herald-Leader, and the deal includes the first name change for Commonwealth Stadium in 44 years. First opened in 1973, Commonwealth Stadium will now be known as Kroger Field. The name still has to be approved by the university's Board of Trustees, but given the expansive nature of this partnership, it's unlikely to get voted down. "The thing they're excited about and we're excited about too is it's not just about naming rights," spokesman Guy Ramsey said, via the Herald-Leader. "It's a company who asked for this and wants it to be long term and much more." No word from Kentucky yet on any specific special promotions -- the "finer details" are still...
Production at the Somerset plant has grown from under 150 gallons per day to a current volume of about 80,000 gallons per day or 21 million gallons annually. The total product line includes over 500 sizes and pack-ages of dairy and non-dairy food items. Products distributed by Prairie Farms, but co-packed by others include ice cream and frozen desserts, butter, various cream products (such as whipping cream, sour cream, coffee cream), yogurt, cottage cheese, and a variety of hard cheeses. Facilities in Somerset, with approximately 80,000 square feet on both sides of the street, include processing and filling, cold storage, dry warehouse, of-fices, garage, mechanical room, waste water treatment, blow mold room and storage tanks for a variety of mate-rials (including juice concentrate, mil...
The Montgomery County Council for the Arts is the featured organization for the Kentucky Arts Council's 2011 Annual Report focus on the Kentucky Arts Partnership grant program.The Kentucky Arts Partnership grant provides unrestricted operating support to arts and cultural organizations to ensure that year-round participation in the arts is available to the people of Kentucky.
UofL joined forces with Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare, Saint Joseph Health System and Catholic Health Initiatives to form a health care delivery system to meet the needs of all of the people of Kentucky and beyond. Watch comments from this exciting news conference.
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Pending Approval by SACSCOC, the UK College of Medicine - Bowling Green, a four-year, regional campus medical school, will be the first of its kind in Kentucky and is a partnership between the University of Kentucky, The Medical Center at Bowling Green and Western Kentucky University. Watch how this partnership will shape students' lives and improve Kentuckians' health for year to come! Special thanks to Western Kentucky University, WKYU-TV, Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce and Bowling Green Convention & Visitors Bureau for photos and footage used in this video.
Kenny Petty, Pastor of The Gate Church, a church plant in U City, St. Louis asks Kentucky Baptists to come to St. Louis and live out the gospel to penetrate the darkness of his city. Join his church's effort to be a model for other church plants in partnering to support, aid, and pray for the city of St. Louis.