FLOTUS Jill Biden visits Bowling Green to survey tornado damage
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The First Lady of the United States Jill Biden visited Bowling Breen Friday morning to remind Kentuckians of the promise President Biden made in Mayfield after the deadly December tornadoes.
Jill Biden said, “America stands with Kentucky today, tomorrow, and every day that you rebuild.”
The First Lady was accompanied by Governor Andy Beshear and several local leaders as she toured some of Bowling Green’s most devastated areas. She saw first hand the resiliency of our community.
“It will take time to make this beautiful place whole. but there is faith here too. There is strength,” Jill Biden commented.
Doctor Biden also took time to meet with several volunteers at the FEMA disaster relief center where more than nine-hundred Kentuckians have gone for help.
“If you’re struggling, come to a disaster recovery center,” Jill Biden continued. “There are centers all around the state, so let your friends and family know that help is available.”
Governor Beshear agreed with her, promising that the help isn’t going anywhere.
“We’re going to help get you through this. Don’t worry about the roof over your head tomorrow, we got you,” he said.