The Rowan County KFTC chapter members held their annual fundraiser at the Old Time Music Festival, which took place at Jaycee Farm in Morehead on July 29 and 30. This was the seventh year the chapter worked the festival.
No longer the sole food vendor, the chapter worked to differentiate itself by offering a Kentucky Proud menu. The hamburgers and hot dogs were from Chop Shop, a local meat store that gave the chapter a good deal on its excellent products. Corn was purchased from the local famers market. The admittedly limited beverage menu was comprised of the “Kentucky Original,” Ale-8-One (diet and regular) and water.
Join us for a night of trivia, fun and fundraising!
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and Trivia starts at 6:30 p.m.
Team Size: 2 to 8 people
Join local members, musicians, and poets as we celebrate our wonderful office above Roebling Point Books and Coffee! We will have local musicians and authors entertain guests, have several members share their KFTC stories, and present an opportunity for people to join our work in building a more just Kentucky.
Join members of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth as we celebrate Constitution Day with a Barn Dance!
With the election right around the corner, we will be doing voter registration, talking about our voting rights and education work, and so much more!
Come celebrate with us!