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Mantell Stevens

Mantell Stevens is a life-long Kentuckian who's a smart guy, works hard, volunteers at Imani Baptist Church, and enjoys the outdoors. “I’m really a country boy. I like getting muddy and riding four-wheelers.” 

But what he can't do is vote.  Though he's telling his story to help change that.  

Recent news from our blog

The Story of the Roanoke Electric Co-op

Curtis Wynn is the CEO of Roanoke Electric Cooperative in North Carolina. He was the keynote speaker at KFTC's Empower Kentucky Summit on October 1, 2016 in Louisville. He described ways his co-op is leading the nation with an innovative approach to energy efficiency and building on a model developed by rural co-ops in Kentucky. Watch this video of Curtis describing his work to empower the members of his co-op.

Remembrance of Patty Wallace's remarkable life

Patty Wallace, “a real heroine to those of us in KFTC," passed away on November 20.

Pride comes to Georgetown!

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