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 The great 20th Century thinker, GK Chesterton (the "Apostle of Common Sense"), once observed that "The aim of life is appreciation; there is no sense in not appreciating things; and there is no sense in having more of them if you have less...

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We at the Christian Appalachian Project Volunteer Office are excited for next month, when the first of our more than 20 new long-term volunteers will begin arriving. If you would like to join our fall class (some of whom are featured here), we still...

Volunteer Voices

When I came to Kentucky to serve as a long-term volunteer in 2009,  I wanted to work in a program that I really had no experience in whatsoever. I had spent the last four years in school studying Psychology and I needed a break from it, so I picked...

Feature Story

I’m Christine, a long-term volunteer with the Christian Appalachian Project. I’m the Elderly Services Caseworker in Owsley County. My term of service is coming to an end, and this past year of post-graduate service (I’m a 2012 graduate of Hiram...

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If you sat down and spoke with Bonnie, you would think that gardening is her pastime … that it’s just something she does for enjoyment … that she loves to “piddle and crawl” through the tomato plants, louboutin outlet uk weeding, pulling and...

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