​Together Frankfort


Transition Team Will Share Plans for Moving Together Frankfort into 2021


Together Frankfort has been reviewing our organizational structure and developing plans for changes in leadership and activities, as we move into 2021.  If you have ideas or recommendations about this process, contact one of the members through this link!  The following leaders on Together Frankfort's Coordinators Team are serving on the Transition Team:


Gae Broadwater
Karen Carey
Judy Goddard
Dantrea Hampton
Barbara Hadley Smith
Margaret Townsley
Linda Waller


In carrying out its duties, the Transition Team is still seeking input from members (through email, Facebook posts, Facebook Messenger, phone calls, emails, personal but socially distanced meetings, etc.) about Together Frankfort's priorities and programs in 2021 and beyond.  The Team has designed the very best organizational structure and leadership team to move forward. The Team will be introducing our new Team, our Chair, and opportunities for members to engage in the work ahead.

The Transition Team will introduce the slate of individuals for the Together Frankfort Coordinators Team, 2021 at our February 1, 2021 annual meeting.

The Team will present a slate of officers for the Coordinators Team to include: Treasurer, Secretary, Vice-Chair, Chair, including recommendations for tenure of service of officers.


If you are interested in playing a leadership role in Together Frankfort, or if you have ideas about priorities or issues which the organization should undertake, please let us know!  Email the Transition Team through this link and let us hear from you!



An Evening with John Rosenberg (Virtual)

April 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm





​On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, PSPL and Together Frankfort invite the community to hear from Holocaust survivor John Rosenberg, who is today one of Kentucky’s best known champions for social justice. John’s family escaped Nazi Germany and came to America in 1940.


After serving in the US Air Force, John became an attorney in the US Department of Justice Civil Rights Division – where he met Jean, then a research analyst – at a time of heightened racial conflict.


In 1970, the couple moved to Prestonsburg, Kentucky, where he founded the Appalachian Resource and Defense Fund (AppalReD) to provide free legal services to people fighting for their rights. The Rosenbergs have dedicated their lives to social justice. We will hear about their past and current efforts, including Jean’s work with a prison visitation program.

Please register to receive a link to this virtual event. For more information, contact Diane Dehoney at diane@pspl.org.

Register: http://bit.ly/psplJohnRosenberg

2021 is HERE!