December 14, 2013 - News, Weather & Sports

December 14, 2013

Dawne celebrates her 100th episode today!


We GET To and its programs were born of a mother's journey and daughter's legacy. What Denise and Jonnae Taylor experienced and learned, through the teen's 3 year bout with leukemia, impacted their lives in very surprising and magnificent ways. Through their compelling story and her presentation, Denise shares what she's learned and how the entire world can benefit with great strength and unimaginable joy as a result of embracing the perspective she offers.

Programs for Small Groups, Schools and Non Profit Organizations, Students, as well as parents and mentors, are greatly impacted by the We GET To Program. Real life examples that everyone can relate to, of positive attitude, perseverance, courage and faith, are shared to give audiences encouragement, hope and inspiration.

Through these programs, they are constantly offering new insight, practices, and resources. Below are some of the most common issues they are asked to address:

Students and Teachers

1. Bullying

2. When Life (School) Gets Tough

Women and Mothers

1. Emotional/Stress Eating

2. Letting Go of What You Can't Control

Caregivers and Healthcare Providers

1. Dealing with a Diagnosis

2. Preparing for 'End of Life'

Fitness Professionals and Sports Teams

1. Strengthening New Muscles

2. Secret to Best Workout EVER

Personal Development/Job Training

1. From Ordinary to EXTRAordinary

2. Getting UNstuck

To increase their program offerings, your financial support is imperative. You can support the WGT Programs with a onetime donation or automatic monthly payment. If you'd like, you can even designate the group you want to experience a 30 min or 1 hr WGT presentation. Each student, or participant, will receive a We GET To wristband, bookmark, literature and a host of ongoing support options.


The Uptown Café

1624 Bardstown Road

(502) 458-4212

Mon-Thurs: 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday: 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM

Saturday: 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM

Closed Sundays

Recently renovated and rejuvenated, the Uptown Cafe provides a stellar culinary experience in a relaxed atmosphere with a contemporary twist. As one of the Highlands' first upscale-casual restaurants, the Uptown Cafe continues to thrill diners for lunch and dinner, just as it has for the past 20 years. Patrons may choose to watch the colorful characters strolling down Bardstown Road while sitting on the patio or dine in the eclectic interior accented by the original Wiener Werkstatte poster art (1903-1932) that has been part of the Uptown's decor since it opened.

Diners from the burger lover to the discriminating epicurean will surely find something to satisfy their tastes. With the combination of their wonderfully diverse menu created by executive chef Matt Weber along with the impeccable wait staff, every patron is assured a memorable dining experience. And remember, no meal is ever complete at the end Uptown Cafe, until you have had one of their renowned desserts.


Work the Metal

1201 Story Avenue

(502) 584-2841

Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm

Saturday, 10am - 5pm

Since first opening its doors in 2003, Work the Metal has strived to do one thing above all, put a smile on the faces of its customers. They've grown from offering only unique metal products and accessories, to an inventory now that features an eclectic mix of gifts of all kinds and prices. To accommodate their ever-growing inventory, their space has expanded from 300 sq. feet to 3,000 sq. feet.


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