|To the Editor: Human relations commission supports idea of 'all are welcome here' slogan|
|Written by Dr. Barbara Keller|
|Wednesday, 13 February 2013 10:25|
To Members of Bowling Green City Council:
During the annual Martin Luther King Celebration held Jan. 18, sponsored by the Human Relations Commission for the City of Bowling Green, Dr. Jack Taylor delivered the keynote address.¬† His remarks included the suggestion that the City of Bowling Green become known as a beloved city.¬† In fact, he proposed that since the city does not have a slogan that one should be adopted.¬† He offered the following slogan for consideration:¬†¬† Bowling Green-Beloved City:¬† All are Welcome Here!
At the February meeting of the Human Relations Commission, members of the commission voted, as courtesy and follow-up, to support Dr. Taylor's proposal.¬† Further, members of the Human Relations Commission are asking the members of the Bowling Green City Council to take under consideration, for adoption, Dr. Taylor's¬† suggested slogan or a similar slogan appropriate for the City of Bowling Green.
Thank you for your consideration to begin a community dialogue about this idea.
Dr. Roger Grant, Lt. Dan Mancuso, Dr. Emily Monago,¬† JR Ratliff, James Wilson, Rev. Mary Jane Saunders, Vice Chair; Dr. Barbara Keller, Chair
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