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Orientation is over. We are all at our assigned roles, and the new volunteer year is in full swing. It should be business as usual, but the rains have arrived, and not stopped. In Elderly Housing, the jobs have proceeded, but there had to be a day...

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This past week we had orientation for our new long term volunteers. I got the opportunity to be a part of orientation as well. Some of the week's highlights included morning devotions both alone and as a group, team building activities, swimming,...

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This past summer I had the great privilege of spending 7 weeks serving as a camp counselor at Camp AJ. No one blog post could explain what summer camp is, at least no blog post from me, but I will try to tell you a little about summer camp. At the...

Volunteer Voices

In just a couple months of service at Christian Appalachian Project I grew a closer connection to God. To see the people who selflessly gave up their spring break or their summer to volunteer was breathtaking. I was born and raised in Kentucky, so I...

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Although all long-term CAP Volunteers--no matter their age--are invited to live in intentional community, some volunteers who are married or retirement age choose to live independently.  One of those volunteers, Debra, reflects on her first...

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