Chapter: Perry County
Do you want the absolute best for your family and our Perry County community? So do we.
If you believe, as we do, that working together is the best way to create a better Perry County, then we invite you to be part of our local KFTC chapter.
We are a diverse group of Perry Countians – teachers, retired coal miners, students, unemployed, moms, grandparents and many more. We work together – as we have for 30 years – to protect our water and land, bring new energy and new jobs to our area, share our vision with elected officials and make sure Perry County is a safe place to call home for everyone.
We support each other, have fun and get things done. Come join us at our next potluck chapter meeting!
"KFTC empowers residents to bring about positive changes in their communities. It gives members confidence that they can make a difference. You are not one person, but part of a statewide organization of thousands supporting you and your cause."
-Russell Oliver, Perry County Chapter member
Devert Owens Building, Room 118
Join us on the 3rd Monday of every month for the Perry County potluck and chapter meeting. It is a great time to plan local work, discuss local and state-wide work, meet new people, and much more. Everyone is welcome and invited to attend! Hope to see you there!