The new Dirt Bowl won’t just be a basketball tournament – it also will be a community event and celebration.
“We have a commitment to inspire and encourage individuals with disabilities to be physically active, and to provide opportunities for rigorous training, competitive fun and social recreation,” said Mike Heitz, director of Metro Parks.
Shimmel was the only current student-athlete invited to be part of the panels.
The overnight family campout at Jefferson Memorial Forest supports the national effort to raise awareness of the benefits of camping as a way to connect people with nature.
“It’s hard to walk away from what we believed was a winning partnership for Kentucky and our team. But at the end of the day, the terms of the project did not fit our business model. It was time to withdraw.”
“This award is a resounding endorsement of both the quality of life in Louisville and the quality of people who live in our city,” Fischer said.
Free admission to participating museums is available to all active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2012.
“We’re bringing our business model of exceptional safety, cleanliness, friendliness and value for families,” Natalie Koch said. “That means free soft drinks, free sunscreen and free use of inner tubes.” “We can’t wait to get started!” Dan Koch also said. “We’ve got a lot of work to do to get the park reopened… but we’ll get it done.”
“We truly are a community of compassionate and caring people and I’m constantly amazed at what we can do when private and public sectors team up for a worthy cause,” Fischer said. “What a great way to connect to our roots as a river city, have healthy exercise and fun and raise critical funds for those in need.”
David Inman’s book, "Louisville Television," is an essential guide for newbies wishing to plumb the depths of the psyches of Louisvillians; as well as a nostalgic trip down memory lane for long-time residents of Derby City.
Jim was responsible for building the foundation of the university's nationally distinguished and highly competitive department of athletics as we know it today.
Kosair Children’s is ranked as the Number 1 pediatric hospital in the area; with 7 “nationally ranked” specialties.