Together Frankfort is a non-partisan, volunteer group of Kentuckians who seek to exercise and protect the principles embodied in our Constitution by being engaged and responsible participants in democracy.
Earth Day at Cove Spring Park!
Slide show from the tour at Cove Spring wetlands.
Much appreciation to Andrew Cammack & Brian Baker for leading the tour & to Together Frankfort's Bill Klier & Linda Waller for serving as hosts.
Earth Day photos (above) from Kentucky River View Park.
Much appreciation to Stephen Frank (a.k.a. Russ Kennedy) for leading the tour. Together Frankfort leaders, Mary Lynn Collins & Karen Armstrong-Cummings organized the event.
Like other tour hosts, family & friends helped! Mary Lynn's daughter, Camille, brought her amazing daughter, who helped distribute Earth Day rocks to attendees. Thank you to all who participated!
Wear Orange Weekend is Coming Up!
Support our partners - MOMS Demand Action
Join Moms Demand Action for Gun Violence Awareness Day and Wear Orange Weekend to honor victims & survivors of Gun Violence.
For this socially distanced & masked event, MOMS will be collecting items for Frankfort's Sunshine Center, which is dedicated to serving the needs of people of all ages who are victims of abuse & neglect. Come to the Kings Center of Sat., June 5 10 AM - 2 PM, to donate!
Dolly Graham Park, with the Fantasy Forest, the CommonWealth Gardens, & the Winnie Scott Labyrinth, on Earth Day. Many thanks to Deb White, Marta Roberts, & Judy Zeigler for photos. Much appreciation to Barbara Hadley Smith, of Together Frankfort, & David Stumbo, South Frankfort Neighborhood Association President, hosts. Experts Deb White, Connie May, Edward Fowler & Ida Palmer-Ball educated folks about the many resources at the park.
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Earth Day at
Kentucky River View Park!
Enjoy these photos from the Frankfort Earth Day Coalition's
Celebrate the Parks events, April 22, 2021!
Earth Day at Fort Hill
Slide show from the tour at Leslie Morris Park at Fort Hill.
Much appreciation to Charles Bogart for leading the tour. Together Frankfort leaders, Judy Goddard & Lynn Cruz did a great job organizing the event and even recruited Lynn's brother, Jim Daniel, to help out!
Thank you to everyone, all 82 of you, who joined us on May 18 for the Criminal Justice Reform Forum! We express our appreciation to Secretary Mary C. Noble of Kentucky's Justice & Public Safety Cabinet. Editing the video to take out our pre-meeting & post-meeting chatter is taking a while, but we will post it shortly. Many thanks to our co-sponsors: The Women's Network of Kentucky; Focus on Race Relations: Frankfort; MOMS Demand Action
KY--Frankfort--Wear Orange Collection for Sunshine Center & Kings Center
202 E 3rd St., Frankfort, KY; Drive up & drop off donations: Clorox wipes; Good Start formula; Kroger gift cards; copy paper; baby wipes; & canned goods
When: Saturday, June 5, 10:00 AM
Many thanks to Frankfort State Journal for their excellent article about Mayor Wilkerson and County Judge Executive Huston Wells proclaiming June 4 as "Gun Violence Awareness Day"