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Summer is on its way. I can feel it not only in the way the sun is kissing my bare arms or the whispers of the bumblebee in my ear, but also in the eyes of my community members: eyes that nearly scream "SUMMER CAMP!", eyes that say "this may be one...

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CAP is proud to recognize a woman who has been a friend of Christian Appalachian Project for more than a decade: Mrs. Julia Conner. It was an honor to interview Julia, and I walked away feeling truly energized by her optimism. The first thing she...

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CAP operates two Child and Family Development Centers (CFDCs), that offer programs for infants to children up to five years old. Each center’s services are tailored to meet the particular needs of that community, and may include preschool and in-...

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Summer is an exciting time here at the Christian Appalachian Project. When summer camp is in session, CAP comes alive with the sound of children’s laughter! Camp activities include swimming, arts and crafts, camping, Bible study, canoeing,...

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It was a typical weekend trip born of spontaneity and a sense of adventure.  Never mind that the color of the clouds and the feel of the air did not bode well for the weather, we were going to Flat Lick Falls.  Most went with the intention of taking...

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