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Summer is flying by, and soon children everywhere will be going back to school. That means it’s time for new clothes, backpacks, crayons, paper and pencils. It can be tough for families to afford these items when they are already struggling to make...

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Mike, '08-'09, and Julianna O'Brien, '11-'12, were both called to full-time jobs at CAP. Mike, who served many summers at Camp AJ before serving a year in Housing, is now the Coordinator of Camp AJ. Julianna, who also served at...

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In high school, I was voted Most Well-Rounded. At a time when college admissions folks were advising students to be well-rounded, this was a big deal. Nowadays they tell you to have niche interests, show intense passion in something to show your...

Volunteer Voices

I’m Christine, a long-term volunteer with the Christian Appalachian Project. I’m the Elderly Services Caseworker in Owsley County. My term of service is coming to an end, and this past year of post-graduate service (I'm a 2012 graduate of Hiram...

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The Christian Appalachian Project would like to congratulate all members of the Class of 2013! We're especially excited for those 2013 grads who have answered the call to serve as long-term CAP Volunteers. Below is some information about a few of...

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