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Mountain Spirit

A local actor celebrates the legacy of Lilley Cornett, a miner who spent his life and fortune to protect an old growth forest in Eastern Kentucky....

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Mountain Spirit

Owen Wright, CAP’s human services director in the Sandy Valley Region, uses his 31 years of experience to help staff continue to successfully serve the changing needs of Appalachia....

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Volunteer Story

A Question and Answer Reflection from Rachel, a One-Year Volunteer What belief did you have before coming to CAP that has been challenged? I don’t know if I’ve had any major beliefs challenged, but I have certainly been humbled as I’ve...

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Volunteer Life

A Reflection from William, a One-Year VolunteerI came to CAP fresh from college after graduating with a B.S. in Architecture and a Bachelors in Civil Engineering. While attending the university, I spent a great deal of my free time volunteering and...

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A View of a Kentucky Lake

A reflection from Sarah, a One-Year VolunteerFour of us found our way to Buckhorn Lake on the 4th of July. It was two of my present housemates, one of my former housemates, and me. As we drove the couple hours on winding roads, we curved our way...

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