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February 28, Paulina Jackson and her family watched from a canoe as rising flood waters overtook their home. When the water receded days later, Jackson walked back up the driveway to her home and was overwhelmed at the devastation she saw. It was...

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CAP in the News

MOUNT VERNON, Ky. (LEX 18) — Nearly four months since historic flooding caused millions of dollars worth of damage and displaced thousands of Kentuckians, many are still struggling to bounce back. Read more here: lex18.com ...

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Three months after historic floods impacted communities in Eastern Kentucky, the Patton family’s waterlogged and damaged belongings lay stacked and scattered across their yard. Their small dog found his way through the maze of items to eagerly...

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PAINTSVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) serves the region by offering up free food and other items to families in need. Read more here: Wymt.com...

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This article from One-Year Volunteer, Michael. “All roads lead home.” I’m not sure the origin of that lyric, but I am sure of this: My life down here in Appalachia has been leading me somewhere, although I’m not always sure where that might be...

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