About Being Colonel In Kentucky Blog
Each spring, a handful of students, along with faculty and staff advisors use their spring break to set out and make an impact on the world. This group of eleven Colonels (9 students, and 2 advisors), will set out on the open road and travel to Flat gap, KY to spend their Spring break working with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to help ease some of the hardships of rural poverty in Eastern Kentucky. The participants will spend each day assisting in home repair and renovation projects throughout Johnson County, Ky.
Participating in this ASB experience are:
Caitlin Czeh, Campus Interfaith Coordinator, Wilkes-Barre, PA; Dr. Mary McManus, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shavertown, PA; Jessica Buzinski, sophomore nursing major, Slatington, PA; Amber Konopka, sophomore Middle School Math & Science Education Major, Croydon, PA; Megan Myers, freshman, pre-pharmacy, Glenville, PA ; Devoni Novak, Junior Communications Studies Major, Laceyville, PA; Jaclyn Palummo, sophomore pre- pharmacy major, Chester, NY; Lauren Pawling, Junior pharmacy major, Columbia, PA; D.J. Rembish, sophomore psychology major, PA; Emily Saliba, sophomore nursing major, Scotrun, PA; and Elizabeth Taber, Junior Pharmacy major, PA.
Follow us on our journey of serving others and “Being Colonel” in Kentucky!