Carol Price has been involved in just about every public relations and philanthropic endeavor in Frankfort and Clinton County. Come next month, she has decided to give up her work in both Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition and the United Way.
“I am retiring,” said Price Saturday at the Octoberfest event in Kirklin. “There are a lot of great younger people who can do this work really, really well. I feel like we have a great coalition going on in our community — lots of leadership and lots of people who believe in health for our community.”
Price said Lorra Archibald will take over at Healthy Communities while Carolina Booth will assume the director position at the United Way. She was the Executive Director for Healthy Communities and she was the interim director at United Way.
“I am not going anywhere,” said Price. “I’m still going to be a Clinton County resident and a Frankfort resident. I’m still going to be there for them to call or if they have an issue. I’ll still be a good connector and I promised Lorra I’d still help write a grant or two.”
Price will retire from Healthy Communities on November 1 and from the United Way on November 15.