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When a chemical spill in West Virginia last week left thousands of people without clean water, CAP’s Disaster Relief Team sprung into action. Semi-trucks holding almost 40,000 bottles of water were sent to Williamson, where they were handed out....

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Too often, seniors who have spent their entire lives living in the hills and hollows of Appalachia find themselves isolated, and in homes that are deteriorating. Many live alone and they are often without the basic essentials necessary to survive....

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  My name is Janet Mostrom, and I am a year-long volunteer at Grateful Bread Food Pantry located in Rockcastle County. My year began in August, which means I have been here four and a half months, approximately (although unlike Anna I haven’t...

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Christian Appalachian Project is currently accepting applications for our August 2014 long-term volunteer orientation class. Long-term CAP Volunteers make a commitment of one year to Service, Community, and Spirituality in eastern Kentucky. These...

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I have been at CAP for 3 months and 13 days. It sounds like such a short time and I still feel like I just arrived. I am still learning my role here--it’s no simple thing to transition into volunteer life. I am still learning about the people, both...

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