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A View of a Kentucky Lake

A reflection from Sarah, a One-Year VolunteerFour of us found our way to Buckhorn Lake on the 4th of July. It was two of my present housemates, one of my former housemates, and me. As we drove the couple hours on winding roads, we curved our way...

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Mountain Spirit

Lula Bowling Ford has seen the importance of CAP’s programs in Appalachia and is eager to serve as part of our Board of Directors....

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Answering God's Call, Faith and Service, Volunteer Voices, We Love Appalachia

A reflection from Sarah who is serving as a One-Year Volunteer Corps Member in the Groups ProgramThe sweet moments in life are the little things. Like lavender and lemon soaked into the icing of a confetti sugar cookie. Sometimes it's swinging on...

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Mountain Spirit

CAP makes plans to help make Willie Ousley’s home safe, warm, dry, and accessible for him, his daughter, and his grandchildren....

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Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of CAP’s second food pantry on June 28. Eagle Food Pantry will fight hunger and feed hope for children, families, and seniors in Parkers Lake, McCreary County. Since...

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