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Volunteer Voices

By Julia LoveDISCLAIMER: This is just a long emotional expression about the people I live withAfter being home for holidays I was worried that coming back wouldn’t feel as comforting as it did back in August when everything was new. Man was I wrong...

Volunteer Voices

 In January we celebrated the commitment of seven new AmeriCorps members along with two recommitments and several new short-term members. These individuals range from high school graduates to retired age, but all come to CAP with a singular...

Volunteer Recruitment

By Betsie CarrollHere at Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), we are looking forward to the 2017 Mission Group Season, which begins in May and continues through October. Mission Groups serve for one week in our Home Repair Programs and assist CAP in...

Mountain Spirit

Over the low rumble of the truck engine, Wesley Howard explains some of the keys to piloting a tractor-trailer. “You always have to be watching. And not just watching the cars right around you, but the cars way off in the distance. You have to be...

Volunteer Voices

By Jenette VogtDuring my first week back in Kentucky after a few weeks at home with my family for Christmas break, we received our first snow. School was cancelled for a few days, and I enjoyed that time at home with my volunteer community. But,...

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