GO BG Route 6 begins on November 7!

GO bg transit will begin providing service on the new PINK LINE Route #6 on November 7, 2016 Route #6 will operate from Greenwood Mall area to Lovers Lane Corridor from 7:41 am to 4:41 pm Monday through Friday Free transfers from all other routes to access Route #6!

Fixed Routes and ADA GO too service will serve Route #6 Stops include: Greenwood Mall, Social Security Office, K Mart/Kroger, Shive Lane, Bryant Way, Capitol Commons Center, Penn Station, Lovers Lane Apts., JC Kirby, Traditions, WKONA, Davita and Fresenius Dialysis Clinics, LifeSkills, KY Department for Community Based Services (DCBS), Lovers Lane Park, Red Carpet Shop, S&R Tire, and HH Gregg.

GO bg schedules, maps and route information are available on our website or by calling 782-3162, ext. 1.

Avoid the Fuss, Take the Bus!

Buses are ADA accessible with bike racks for two bikes!


Free Flu Shots & Bone Density Scans in Scottsville

WKU's Mobile Health and Wellness Unit will be at our Allen County/Scottsville, KY Community Action facility from 9am to 12pm on Friday, November 4. They will be offering free flu shots and free bone density scans! 
Please share this with your contacts and those that live or work in Allen County!
For more information about WKU Health unit go here:



Medicare Part D Assistance Available

Community Action of Southern Kentucky Senior Centers are partnering with Benefits Counselors from Kentucky Legal Aid to assist seniors with Medicare Part D.  Counselors will be on hand to help individuals enroll in a Part D plan, assist in selecting Part D plans as well as applying for the Extra Help Program.

Dates for help with Medicare Part D are listed by location below:

  • November 1, 2016 - Warren County Senior Center 9:30am to Noon
  • November 3, 2016 – Edmonson County Senior Center 9:30am to Noon
  • November 15, 2016 – Russellville Senior Center 1pm to 3pm
  • November 17, 2016 – Adairville Senior Center 1pm to 3pm
  • November 29, 2016 - Hart County Senior Center 9:30am to Noon
  • December 1, 2016 – Allen County Senior Center 9:30am to Noon

For location addresses, click here.



All children need immediate feedback to assist in developing the neuron connections within the frontal cortex that are associated with self-regulation, including decision making.

One form of feedback is encouragement, the acknowledgement of a young child’s effort. When a child feels that his effort is recognized and appreciated, he develops a desire to try harder in the future. You can also use encourage-ment before and after an activity to help the child improve his behavior.

It’s important to remember that PRAISE and ENCOURAGEMENT are not the same.

 Encouragement focuses on effort.

 Encouragement is specific and honest.

 Encouragement does not set children up for failure or comparison.

 Encouragement helps children develop an appreciation of their own behaviors.

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