The Audubon Chapter consists of nine counties in Western Kentucky: Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, Muhlenberg, McLean, Ohio, Union and Webster.
The Audubon Chapter focuses on implementing change in the Western Kentucky area through peaceful activism and public education. We have a strong belief that all people deserve equal treatment under the law, and through determination we can make positive and lasting changes in our community. Our desire to create change in local, state, and national government is to ensure that future generations may live without fear of discrimination.
The Chapter seat is in Owensboro with meetings held in the Executive Inn on a monthly basis.
The Ampersand symbolizes the solidarity we are building through Friends & Family, and suggests the inclusiveness we are working toward. It reflects the idea that no one individual, legislator, organization, or city can carry all the water for equality. Our success lies in our solidarity.