38 Kentuckians join KCADP at People Advocating Recovery’s rally
On Sept. 5, KCADP hosted a table at People Advocating Recovery‘s (PAR) Recovery Rally at Louisville’s waterfront. We signed up 38 new supporters (right) who took action by sending 114 postcards addressed to Gov. Beshear and their state legislators.
PAR is “a Kentucky group of concerned individuals working to eliminate barriers to recovery from addiction.”
Thanks to PAR and the ACLU for sharing their table and tent, as well as our wonderful volunteers.
Visit to St. Agnes parish yields 15 new supporters
Last Sunday, Don Vish, KCADP’s director of outreach, education, and advocacy, visited St. Agnes Parish in Louisville. Fifteen new people signed up to support KCADP and actively oppose the death penalty.
Many people in attendance also took action by signing 60 postcards, which are now on their way to Gov. Beshear and their state legislators calling on them to abolish the death penalty in Kentucky.
KCADP hopes you will invite us to your faith community to speak about this important issue and find others who will help Kentucky become a better place to live.
Please e-mail Kaye Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502.636.1330 if you can help. Thanks!