In the Community
Best of luck to Jordan as she starts law school! All of us at Debra Broz Attorneys are going to miss her!
Debra and Sherry attended the KBA Convention’s “The True Story of Pablo Escobar ” presented by special agents Pena and Murphy.
The entire office wore red, white, and blue for Flag Day! It’s a small token of appreciation for the American Flag and everyone who upholds the values of our great nation. Proud to be Free!
Last week associate attorney, Carrie Jolly Link, graduated from the Leadership BG program. Leadership BG is a nine month program that highlights a wide variety of issues important to our community, involves the completion of a service project, and allows for the expansion of leadership skills. We are so proud of Carrie and her commitment to her community through the Leadership BG program!
Debra, Heather, and Angie at Sip, Shop and Stroll in Glasgow, KY
Just got back from Law Day celebration. Reminds me of the important role lawyers play in our free society.
Carrie Link’s passion for workers’ safety moves her to keep up with the newest workers’ compensation laws. She is always ready to fight for your rights!
Hope everybody had a great Easter!
Debra has jury duty!
Celebrating the women of the world. Encourage and love one another!
Carrie and Heather ring the bell for The Salvation Army!
Chelsea, Jordan, and Meleah headed out to volunteer in tornado clean up efforts.
Carrie was chosen to participate in Leadership Bowling Green.
Preston Green from the WBVR 96.7 is here promoting Marine Toys for Tots Foundation! Drop by and donate a toy!
Our office is a Marine Toys for Tots Foundation drop off location all November!
Anyone can come by our office during office hours this month to drop off toys! Our address is 130 E Professional Park Ct, Bowling Green, KY 42104.
Let’s help less fortunate children in our local communities experience the joy of Christmas and play an active role in the development of one of our nation’s most valuable resources – our children!
Thank you to Logan Bell and SOKY Movers for partnering with Debra L. Broz, Attorneys-at-Law, PLC. during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to honor those battling or who have battled cancer. Together, we delivered care packages to cancer fighters and survivors. A big shout out to SOKY Movers for donating $2,973 to this cause!
The team visits Jackson’s Orchard!
Selective Mutism is a highly misunderstood anxiety disorder in which a child is consistently unable to communicate in certain situations or with certain people, while communicating freely in other settings. Selective Mutism has become more recognized in recent years, but it is still commonly unknown and often overlooked or misdiagnosed. October is Selective Mutism Awareness Month, so today we wore awareness shirts, honoring all of the children who are so bravely working through Selective Mutism.
For more information about Selective Mutism visit:
If you missed the event it’s not too late to donate! The Barren River Area Child Advocacy Center provides a child friendly location where teams of professionals work together to pursue justice and offer treatment for victims of child sexual abuse.
On March 10 2020, Debra spent time at Bristow Elementary engaging students about writing, reading, and the importance of English classes.
Debra Broz bringing the Save a Life Tour to Greenwood High School today.
SIGN THE PLEDGE! TALK TO YOUR KIDS! BE AN EXAMPLE!
Another wonderful opportunity for our firm to bring this message to our local students. Barren County High School Students “Drive” Simulators to Feel Effects of Driving Under the Influence.
Attorney Carrie Link is on the board and volunteering at Lil Angels Attic. Carrie has volunteered as a board member since 2010.
Check out this week’s #JAClassroomOfTheWeek presented by Ford’s Furniture! This spotlight shines on Michelle Roberts’ 1st grade class at Briarwood Elementary School. Her class was led by JA Volunteer Carrie Jolly Link who is a JA Alum and is an Attorney at Debra L. Broz, Attorneys at Law, PLC. The 1st grade Junior Achievement program is titled “JA Our Families” and it focuses on activities teaching kids about needs, wants, jobs, tools and skills, and interdependence. Carrie’s favorite part of volunteering for JA is getting to work with the kids and teaching them some of the practical aspects of life that they can use later in life. She also said, “My kids were so cute and eager to learn! You could tell they really enjoyed the activities. This was my first time serving as a JA volunteer and I can’t wait to do it again!”
Attorneys Debra Broz & Carrie Link at the CASA Justice Served Luncheon today! Carrie serves on the CASA board.