|To the Editor: Couple leave hearts in Bowling Green|
|Written by Tom Gibson|
|Wednesday, 13 February 2013 10:29|
By the time this letter is published, we will have moved from this special community of B.G.. Not necessarily because of want, but more due to advanced medical help needed for a family member. This decision was difficult at best!
Husband, a "townie", as was his family, me a 40 plus year transplant, both who treasure all that B.G. and Wood County have to offer.
Over the years, we've both been actively a part of this community and BGSU. And, I have been blessed to be a part of the downtown business community for almost 30 years. We've watched our town and the university grow, change with the times and evolve into the very special place it is today. Yes, our area has had its problems, but, what community doesn't and In comparison to other communities, we are blessed.
To say we will miss our dear friends, and this community, we desperately will.
With that said, we ask that you take a realistic look at all you have here in B.G.
A community that cares, is friendly, that is a safe place to raise a family, that offers a myriad of opportunities for recreation, education and even employment. A community that offers hope for the future, business opportunities and a vital downtown community filled with business' and activities that other communities can only dream of.
So many times I have been asked what does B.G. have to offer, what is there to do in B.G.? That is an easy question to answer, it has everything.
Formerly of Bowling Green
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