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Lifting an empty plate to the sky, a camp counselor proclaims loudly, “Attention campers! We have another member of the Clean Plate Club!” Cheers erupt across the entire dining hall. Throughout the course of lunch, this announcement is repeated...

I do a lot of reading — and often write about — Kentuckians who’ve made a positive difference for our state. One person who I believe often gets overlooked is Catholic priest Father Ralph Beiting, who died at age 88 in 2012. He’s perhaps most easily...

Feature Story

Christian Appalachian Project recently received the opportunity to partner with Distinguished Young Women — a scholarship, leadership, and talent program geared toward young women in the community, encouraging each of them to “Be Your Best Self.”...

Feature Story

In a small house in Salyersville, KY, there is a quotation written on a wall. It goes like this: "Telling the world what you learned here leaves both you and them unsatisfied. Instead, show the world what you found, so that with others, you can...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is seeking compassionate and dedicated individuals for a variety of mission-critical positions serving low-income families and the marginalized in Eastern Kentucky. With the help of long-term (one year) and short-...

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