​Civic Engagement - Franklin County KY

Together Frankfort

WHAT?  Money in Politics: Our Republic in Crisis

WHEN?   6:30 PM - 8:30 PM, October 19, 2017

WHERE?  Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, 100 W. Broadway, Frankfort, KY

WHO?  Convening Sponsors: Together Frankfort & The New Kentucky Project; Co-sponsor: American Association of University Women, Kentucky Chapter


Money in Politics: Our Republic in Crisis! A discussion of corporate influence on American democracy. Dark money's influence in American politics knows no boundaries, one of the few truly cross-partisan issues. This panel will provide perspectives on the left & the right. Click here for a link to more information about each of the speakers and Together Frankfort's Study of the Impact of Money in Politics.

WHAT?  “Climate and Energy Efficiency,” a repeat of the program Nancy Watkins conducted earlier this month (so if you weren't able to make the Oct. 5 meeting, you can still get prepared for Parts 2 & 3, on Nov. 2 and Nov. 30! Yeah Nancy!)

WHEN?   6:00 PM - 8:30 PM, Thursday, October  26, 2017

WHERE?  Franklin County Cooperative Extension Office, 101 Lakeview Court, Frankfort

WHO?  Free 3-Part Workshop on Climate & Energy Efficiency. The series will use the book, Low Carbon Diet, by David Gershon. Attendees may purchase the book from Frankfort's own great bookstore, Poor Richards, or order from Amazon.com prior to the meeting.PLEASE call the Extension Office at 502.695.9035 to register!

Contact the FPB board of directors, talk to them about these concerns, and urge them to take action.
FPB Board of Directors
Walt Baldwin, John Cubine, Dawn Hale, Ralph Ludwig, Anna Marie Pavlik
To Email the FPB Board, send to:
kpoe@fewpb.com and cjennings@fewpb.com.

WHAT?  Together Frankfort Members Urged to attend Frankfort Plant Board Meeting

WHEN?  5:00 PM, October 17, 2017

WHERE?  151 Flynn Ave., Frankfort, Kentucky

WHO?  You need to attend! Also, congratulations to Together Frankfort member, Dawn Hale, who will be recognized for her appointment to the FPB at this meeting. Click here for a copy of the agenda. Andy McDonald has outlined his concerns about the FPB's contract with KyMEA, which is available by clicking this link.

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