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Quick history of Bowling Green

I have always wondered about the name “Bowling Green” and how it originated – one story goes it stemmed from a game played in the downtown square lawn similar to “bowling on the green”

My only question with that – What was the town called when they were playing their game?

Heres what I found on the website

 Bowling Green began with the establishment of a trading post on the Barren River known as McFadden’s Station in about 1785. Earlier, in 1775, thirteen long hunters had carved their names on a beech tree at another Barren River crossing.  

Warren County was formed from Logan County in 1796 and became the twenty-fourth county in Kentucky. 

In the early 1790’s, Robert Moore built a cabin near a large spring in central Warren County not far from the Barren River. 

March 1798 a board of commissioners named the town Bowling Green. 


Any thoughts or explanations are very welcome

Fear of Self – For Fear Itself

Browsing the internet and found this quote from Harry S. Truman.   This is how I feel about the medical & fitness industry.  My only hope is that people come to understand the importance of self-awareness and where their place is among the grand scheme of things.

“I never give them [the public] hell. I just tell the truth, and they think it is hell.”  Harry S. Truman

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Thomas Edison – the Doctor of the Future


English: “Thomas Alva Edison, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front”. Photographic print. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease. – Thomas Edison

We are the future and we will help others be successful as well –

Get up, get fit, GET TONED

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