Heritage Corner breaks ground for expansion

A sunny-breezy day greeted Friday afternoon’s ground-breaking for an expansion at the heritage Health
Care Campus on Bowling Green’s Klotz Road.
A memory-care wing, additional skilled nursing wing and Bridge Home Health and Hospice Care Center will
be constructed. The $5 million project should be completed in the fall of 2010.
Debra and Mark Manley, founders and owners of Heritage Corners, said about 22,000-square feet of space
will be added.
State Rep. Randy Gardner, from left, Earlene Kilpatrick, Director of Chamber of BG Commerece, Bob
Westphal, President of Bridge Home Hospice, Debra Manley, Mark Manley, Owners of Heritage Corners, John
Quinn, Mayor of Bowling Green and Everett Woodel, Deputy District Director for US Rep. Robert Latta.
7/17/09 (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)