Applications for Appalachia Service Project help now available

Lynn Ramsey, left, Newport/Cocke County Chamber of Commerce Director of Operations, confers with Laura Kelly, Appalachia Service Project program manager, about plans for the group’s 2018 work in Cocke County. Applications for the program are now being accepted.

NEWPORT—Plans are firmly in place for the 2018 Appalachia Service Project, a Christian ministry that will spend several weeks in Cocke County working on both small and large scale projects, such as roofs, ramps, porches, flooring, foundation repair, weatherization, and more.

Laura Kelly, ASP program manager, has already been in Cocke County working with Chamber of Commerce Director of Operations Lynn Ramsey and Centerview Elementary School Principal Pam Messer to coordinate this year’s program.

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