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When I joined Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)'s Camp Shawnee for a service year, I knew that I would be tutoring children in local schools. I expected certain challenges. What I didn't plan on was the schools closing completely due to COVID-19....

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By Tina BrysonMOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Staff at Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) have been working to address rising needs in the region as more families need the services of CAP’s Grateful Bread Food Pantry. Additional families are signing up each...

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PAINTSVILLE, Ky. -- Due to social distancing protocols put in place to flatten the curve related to the spread of COVID-19, Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) will not be offering residential (overnight) or day camp at either Camp AJ or Camp...

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 “Hope is a muscle. It’s a choice. It is a vigorous choice, to see what is wrong and what needs healing and needs repair and needs our attention and also to keep our hearts and our imaginations and our energy oriented towards what we want to...

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What is it like to serve as a one-year volunteer at Christian Appalachian Project? We asked volunteers to discuss their year of service. Please join us for that conversation.VolunteerRoundtableForSocialMedia from Christian Appalachian Project on...

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