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A dedicated group of volunteers, donors and CAP staff stood together on February 8 to cut the ribbon marking the completion of the Louis T. Foley Mission Center. The 18,000 square-foot facility in Martin County, Kentucky, will be used to house up to...

Feature Story

Deciding to move the Child and Family Development Center in Mount Vernon to a better location was an easy choice, but moving the playground along with it was going to be a big challenge. On February 15, we received a call from Glenn Jennings,...

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Are you called to the mountains? The Christian Appalachian Project Volunteer Office is a flurry of activity these days as we review some outstanding applications for summer camp and long-term volunteering. But if you're worried about missing one of...

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For Week 3 of YouthFest this year, we were visited by the freshman class of St. Anne's-Belfield School. What follows is a blog post from their trip: We are the “Pink” group for the week, 14 strong, and we are working at a trailer which is located at...

Volunteer Alumni Updates

Click here for a PDF of this issue CAP employees and volunteers who helped in the renovation gather for the ribbon cutting at the Foley Mission Center. CAP celebrates new Foley Mission Center A dream came true for CAP in February when the Louis T...

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