MOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Hannah Amburgey had a dream that generosity could save lives. This was the beginning of her campaign to collect coats so that other children in Eastern Kentucky would not be cold during the winter months. This year she collected
It’s a small worldBy Samantha GambardellaSamantha stands with Bridget, CAP employee, who discovered they graduated from the same high school in New York.The last day at the work sites was bittersweet as we left the projects behind. We had
By Jenette Vogt Thinking back to the day that I moved into the Jackson Volunteer House, I can’t stop myself from laughing because I know that I was a nervous wreck. I remember pulling up to the house and freaking out about what door to walk in, so I
Students from the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame visit Cumberland Falls after spending fall break working on home projects in McCreary County.I saw joyBy Michael GabelI was given the opportunity to come to McCreary County
University of Notre Dame students joined with staff and volunteers from Christian Appalachian Project to work on a young family’s home that was damaged by fire.PARKERS LAKE, Ky. — Fall in Kentucky brings rich autumn colors from Cumberland Falls to
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