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Blog/News

A former camper and teen leader at Camp AJ, Sarah Marks now attends Centre College.
Mountain Spirit

Camp AJ is a family tradition for Sarah Marks. Last summer she added her own stories to her family's CAP history as a teen leader and an AmeriCorps member at the camp. ...

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Community members browse tables of boxes for books, food, clothing, and other items delivered through ASTAR’s partnership with Operation Sharing.
Blog

The line forms early at 7 a.m., wrapping around the red brick building. Kids press their noses against the picture windowpanes to spot their next treasure. A boy named Parker peers up through his blue-rimmed glasses at Lisa Clark, the director of...

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Randall Reynolds is a 2022 graduate of CAP's preschool program.
Blog

When April and Brandon Reynolds enrolled their son Randall into the preschool program at Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Child and Family Development Center (CFDC) they knew he would receive a quality start toward kindergarten readiness. He...

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Aubrey Burdette is a graduate of CAP's Child and Family Development Center preschool program.
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Aubrey Burdette is known by her family for being friendly, independent, smart, and funny. She always has a song in her heart or on her mind, sometimes singing it without even realizing it, and loves making those around her laugh. Aubrey is a member...

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Floyd County Area Technology Center students receive gas dryers from Operation Sharing.
Blog

Eddie Shelton’s high school students love extra credit work. They excitedly share details about each “assignment” they receive when people in the community ask them for help fixing appliances. “It’s a big deal to them to be able to fix them,” he...

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