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Marji Conkwright's passion for service turned her one year of service with CAP into four years.
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Marji Conkwright’s undeniable passion for helping others has turned her one year of service with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) into four fruitful years.  Conkwright began serving as a One-Year Volunteer Corps and AmeriCorps member...

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College students have participated in CAP's WorkFest for 30 years.
Mountain Spirit

This year CAP celebrated the 30th year of WorkFest, an alternative spring break for college students to help with home repair projects in Appalachia. The event has not only helped hundreds of participants but has left a lasting impact on the...

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Carter Brownrobie took a gap year to serve as an AmeriCorps member with CAP.
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High school graduation is a huge milestone, and a growing number of high school graduates are deciding to take a gap year before heading to college. According to the College Board Blog, “A gap year looks different for everyone. Basically, it’s a...

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Adam Rosys, a recent high school graduation, has grown up in CAP's YES Program.
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Adam Rosys has grown up through Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Youth Empowerment Services Program (YES). For 13 years, he has spent his summers at Camp Shawnee, and he will continue that tradition this summer as not only a camp counselor, but...

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A Back to School Bash in Clay County distributed items from CAP's Operation Sharing Program.
Mountain Spirit

CAP's Operation Sharing Program is expanding its capacity to reach into smaller Appalachian communities by opening its first satellite hub in partnership with the Clay County School District and the City of Manchester/Clay County. ...

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