I received my Real Estate license in 2000 after graduating from the Ward Elliott Institute of Real Estate. In October of 2007 I decided to pursue my real estate career on a full time basis.
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In 1999 I moved to Owensboro with my husband Butch and decided to pursue a career in Real Estate. I received my Real Estate license in 2000 after graduating from the Ward Elliott Institute of Real Estate. I am also a registered radiology technologist and have worked in patient care for 15 years. I made the decision in 2007 to pursue my Real Estate Career on a full time basis. I am committed to giving you the caring customer service that you deserve and would like to add YOU to my list of satisfied customers. Whether you are buying or selling a home, please remember that selling Real Estate is my profession and I will be there to guide you through the process from start to finish! You can be confident you will receive the Service You Deserve from an Agent You Can Trust! Contact me anytime, I am eager to help you with all of your Real Estate needs.
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Two public school systems, Owensboro and Daviess County, plus the Owensboro Catholic School system, comprise the K-12 education system in the community. Heritage Christian and Good Shepherd operate Christian schools providing education from preschool to middle school and preschool to high school respectively. The Triplett School offers private education for kindergarten through high school.
Adult education programming is available at the Longfellow Education Center.
Owensboro is home to two four-year liberal arts colleges--Brescia University and Kentucky Wesleyan College. Each has an enrollment of approximately 800 students. The region is home to the Owensboro Community College, one of 13 community colleges in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). More than 2,300 students attend the community college. The two locations of Owensboro Technical College, located in Owensboro, are also a part of KCTCS.
Western Kentucky University offers extensive undergraduate and graduate programs at its Owensboro campus. Owensboro Community College offers associate degree programs in several fields and numerous business and industry training options. Some are available via telecommunications. Brescia University offers the Master of Science in Management degree to provide early and mid-career professionals with enhanced skills and abilities to meet the increasing needs of local employers.
The Owensboro Junior College of Business, a 37 year veteran of the community, provides training to approximately 300 students, as well as corporations throughout Western Kentucky.
Arts and Entertainment
Owensboro boasts some of the best arts and cultural activities for a city its size in the country. Whether your interests lie in museums, music, art or theater, Owensboro has it.
The curtain is always rising on a new event at this performing arts and civic center which is located on the Ohio River in downtown Owensboro. The RiverPark Center includes a 1,500 seat multi-purpose auditorium, an experimental theatre that seats up to 300, lobbies and support facilities, a riverfront plaza, an open-air courtyard, and meeting/reception rooms. Each year, the RiverPark Center hosts more than 150 performance events and more than 900 civic events.
The RiverPark Center is home to several local performing arts organizations including the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra, Owensboro Dance Theatre, the Owensboro Community College Oak Island Theatre, and the Owensboro Concert Association. In addition, the RiverPark Center presents a professional Broadway series, an Arts Teach Kids series, Kidstuff series, as well as several special events including the Taste of Owensboro.
International Bluegrass Museum
Bill Monroe, known as the "father of bluegrass music," was born and raised in Rosine, Ky., just a short drive from Owensboro. That tradition is still alive and well in the area and is celebrated at the International Bluegrass Music Museum, which displays the history of bluegrass music through interpretive exhibits, posters, costumes and instruments. Other local bluegrass events include a winter concert, the Yellowbanks Dulcimer Festival at English Park and the annual Bluegrass Blast during the last weekend in September.
Owensboro Symphony Orchestra
The Owensboro Symphony Orchestra has an annual concert schedule and performs at the RiverPark Center. The symphony performs with some of the best musical talent in the world and annually conducts a Christmas Pops concert.
Theatre Workshop of Owensboro
Theatre Workshop of Owensboro (TWO) is celebrating 40 years of presenting community theatre to Owensboro and Daviess County. Shows planned for 2004 include "Rope", "Sylvia", and "Painting Churches". TWO is housed in the Old Trinity Centre, which is a registred historic landmark.
Museum of Science & History
The Owensboro Area Museum of Science and History and the Wendell Ford Government Education Center is one of the finest facilities of its kind in the region. Among the features of the museum are historic memorabilia, including arts, crafts, and antiques, as well as natural history exhibits and a planetarium. A new Speedzeum opened in 2003 and celebrates the rich racing heritage of the Owensboro-Daviess County region, covering everything from Soapbox Derby to local dirt track auto racing to NASCAR, motorcycle racing to hydroplane boats. With six active NASCAR drivers and countless crew members in service in NASCAR's various racing circuits, Owensboro claims one of the highest levels of motorsports participation of any city in the country. The Speedzeum demonstrates and celebrates this connection, beginning in the early 20th century and following the developments right up through present day, featuring displays of racing vehicles, audio/visual presentations and interactive displays, including a full-scale NASCAR simulator.
Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts
The Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts is housed in two historic structures-the Carnegie Library and the John Hampden Smith House, which dates back to the Civil War. The museum features a permanent collection of 19th- and 20th-century paintings and sculptures, decorative arts dating back as far as the 16th century, and the spectacular Stained Glass Gallery. The museum also features traveling exhibits and hosts educational youth tours during the school year.
The Daviess County Public Library provides services to the entire county population from a single facility located in Owensboro. The library provides a wide array of services, including materials in all formats for all age groups; reference and information services; Kentucky history and genealogy research services; interlibrary loan; programming for children and adults; homebound delivery service; public access internet; dial-in access to the on-line catalog; fax and photocopy services; and outreach services to schools, daycare and headstart centers, and other community agencies. About 275,000 people visit the library each year.
The Owensboro Chamber of Commerce provides information for business and industry in Owensboro and Daviess County. Owensboro is the industrial and cultural hub of western Kentucky. Located along the southern banks of the Ohio River, Owensboro is the third largest city in terms of population in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Owensboro is located 32 miles southeast of Evansville, Indiana; 123 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee; 109 miles southwest of Louisville, Kentucky; 203 miles southeast of St. Louis, Missouri; and 205 miles southwest of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Owensboro Mercy Health System (OMHS) is committed to providing health education, prevention, early intervention and wellness programs in addition to high-quality, cost-effective inpatient and outpatient services. At all locations, OMHS offers state-of-the-art technology with a medical staff of 130+ physicians representing a wide range of specialties. This not-for-profit regional health care provider, serves 13 counties in Kentucky and southern Indiana. The main hospital, located at 811 East Parrish Avenue, is licensed for 469 beds. The mission of OMHS is to heal the sick and to improve the health of our community.
Messenger-Inquirer, the primary daily newspaper serving Daviess, Hancock, McLean, Muhlenberg and Ohio counties in Kentucky, publishes seven days a week with circulation of 34,242 Sunday and 31,559 daily.