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The bitterly cold winter may have been a bit easier on many folks - due to part to the efforts of a local teen.South Laurel High School student, Keaton Brown, saw a need in her community and took action to help others by continuing the "Coat of Many...

Press Releases

By: Tina BrysonENDICOTT, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Camp Shawnee will not be offering programming at the camp facility this summer due to safety concerns caused by a mudslide on the camp road.   “Camp Shawnee has been a...

CAP in the News

Scattered in the backyards of multiple homes in the Tomahawk community of Martin County, sentimental items, couches and many other things are outside drying. It has been more than a week and a half since flooding tore through the county. Read full...

Press Releases

By: Tina BrysonTOMAHAWK, Ky. — The impact of heavy rainfall in Eastern Kentucky has particularly hit Martin County residents leaving many struggling to determine how to handle damage from mudslides and flooding of homes and automobiles. Christian...

Press Releases

By: Alyssa McFaddenMT. VERNON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project’s Grateful Threadz Thrift Store and Grateful Bread Food Pantry had a lot to celebrate this year and the staff wanted to share that love with customers and participants this past...

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