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The Cabinet for Health and Family Services needs more foster homes within our region to accommodate the children that enter foster care each and every day. Foster/adoptive parent classes are scheduled for August 21st in Bowling Green. If you are interested in learning more information call Michaelle Johnson 270-526-3833, ext. 3017. Butler County needs more foster homes to serve the children and families in our county. * * * The Butler County Family Resource Center will be enrolling students for Owl Academy starting Monday, August 18th. The OWL Academy (On our Way to Learning) is a FREE early childhood program for children ages 2-5 in Butler County and their parents. (This program is for students not already enrolled in preschool). We meet twice monthly on Fridays at North Butler Elementary. Our class is from 9:00-11:00 a.m. The focus of the program is on school readiness activities such as learning to write their name, learning colors, shapes, numbers and letters by using fun activities and crafts. A snack is provided during each class. There are no requirements to register for the program but space is limited. To register call Brandie Smith @ North Butler Elementary FRC at 270-526-8936 ext. 112.* * * * * * Woodbury Baptist Church will be changing from Awana to Team Kid. It will start Wednesday, August 20, 5 to 6:30 p.m. A meal will be served. Call 270-999-0059 if you need a ride. The Morgantown Mission is in need of flour, beans, cornmeal and rice for the food pantry. * * * Beech Tree News and WLBQ 1570 AM are your daily local news source for Morgantown & Butler County - Log On, Tune in today! * * *

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