Wendell Foster is seeking community support on Giving Tuesday. This year, Giving Tuesday is also Owensboro Gives Day. This day was created to ignite the power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Occurring this year on November 27, Giving Tuesday is held annually on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving…
By Steve Vied Messenger-Inquirer
Rex Robinson has reached the age -- 65 -- where he is open to just about anything. But whatever happens to the long-time, well-known Owensboro artist, it will include art.
Dear Family Members, Guardians, Friends and Service Recipients,
By Sandy Hayden, VP of Outpatient Therapy
By Cindy Huston, Technology and Resource Center Director
Did you know over a billion dollars was donated to charities last year? A lot of those donations were made through social media or peer-to-peer fundraising.
By Ziba Kashef from BabyCenter.com (Last updated: April 2017)
If your child hasn't already encountered a person with a disability, it's likely he will at some point in school, where children with special needs are often in the same classroom with other kids. Be ready: Your curious grade-schooler will probably ask lots of questions.
How you respond is likely to affect the way your child thinks about disabilities and treats others as he grows up. It's also an opportunity for you to foster an attitude of inclusion and acceptance.