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Kanuga Staff Day in the Garden
It takes a lot of love and attention for Kanuga’s Foster Education Garden to yield fresh and ample produce for the summer harvest. Staff planted this month, but a lot of groundwork was required first, much of it completed by Kanuga volunteers during two service weekends. In early November, these volunteers “put the garden to...
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Moving from Doing to Being
It occurred to me during one of my morning commutes (so beautiful with turkeys stopping traffic and bright, colorful buds on trees) that I have not yet experienced spring at Kanuga. Between Youth Week and Winterlight, my experience of the seasons of Kanuga has been limited to summer and winter. So, the gift of arriving...
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I Want to Marry You: A Kanuga Proposal
Alex Paradise could never have known as a little girl that one day she would be proposed to at her favorite place in the world. Alex and her family have been coming to summer guest period since she was five years old. “My step-father, Harold E. Barrett came to Kanuga with his family and ran...
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Winterlight Deepens Personal and Spiritual Lives
by Susan Vickery-Mercer, Youth Minister, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, North Carolina St. Paul’s Episcopal Church high school students savor the annual opportunity for Kanuga’s Winterlight Youth Conference, held this year December 28-January 1, to connect and reconnect with students from Episcopal churches across the Southeast, while exploring avenues for personal and spiritual growth. The...
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