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Students from the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame visit Cumberland Falls after spending fall break working on home projects in McCreary County.Grateful beyond wordsBy Jean LlenosMy time with Christian Appalachia Project (...

CAP in the News

Over fall break, 245 Notre Dame students traveled to the Appalachia region of the United States as a part of the Appalachia Fall Seminar through the Center for Social Concerns (CSC). Sixteen students visited CAP to work on housing projects in...

CAP in the News

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and in an effort to show support for the important issue, Floyd County Judge-Executive Ben Hale signed the proclamation for Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Floyd County on Tuesday. Owen...

Volunteer Voices

A young man’s callingBy Matthew LambertMatthew Lambert (far right) had several opportunities to work with participants along with his father Lee Lambert (third from right) and the men of New Life Foursquare Church. The Lamberts were joined in 2012...

Volunteer Voices

Committed to make a differenceBy Rohn LeGoreRohn LeGore, team coordinator for New Life FourSquare Church, works diligently to repair the home of an elderly widow and her son.I just returned from my fourth trip to Kentucky working with Christian...

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