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ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Volunteers with the Christian Appalachian Project are donating their time and skills to help gut and clean about 100 homes that were damaged by the historic floods that ripped through much of Kentucky. Continue...

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CAP in the News

PAINTSVILLE, KY (WOWK) — It has been weeks since the devastating flooding hit some parts of our region, and many people are still struggling to get back on their feet. Read more here: www.wowktv.com  ...

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A group of young leaders from Lexington Christian Academy’s (LCA) Chick-fil-A Leader Academy recently made their first trip to Appalachia to help Christian Appalachian Project’s continued recovery efforts for flood victims. Nearly two months after...

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APPALACHIA (April 12, 2021) – The news of flooding in Eastern Kentucky may have faded into the background for the rest of the state, but residents in Central Appalachia are still struggling to put their lives back together. With the economic fallout...

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The following story was submitted by Michael a One-Year-Volunteer with CAP.One of the ladies who lived in the house on which we were working with Disaster Relief in wake of the ice storm was saying: “And they’re calling for rain tonight and tomorrow...

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