United Way Leader’s Path to Community Service Began in The Salvation Army As a child, Letha “Annie” Catron didn’t think of her upbringing in The Salvation Army Corps as anything more than a place of love and safety. Now she sees things through an adult’s eyes and understands that those experiences positively changed her life […]
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About Judy Hamilton
Judy E. Hamilton is a writer with a passion for listening and helping people tell their stories. After years of practicing law and mediation, she decided to dust off her journalism skills and went to work at West Virginia’s largest newspaper, where she had previously been a food columnist. Her feature articles focused on fostering an art culture and international food culture in the state. When she’s not writing, gardening or dreaming up new recipes to share with her family, Hamilton is a volunteer lobbyist for two global poverty nonprofits. Through prayer and action, she believes we can make the world a better place.
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As Funding for Music in Schools Decreases, The Salvation Army Increases Music Instruction “Music in our Schools” month is celebrated in March as a way to shine a light on how music helps the body, the mind and the spirit work together. Sadly, the increased focus on the three R’s – reading, writing, arithmetic – […]
Moonbeams, Sunbeams, Corps Cadets Programs Show Youth How to be Leaders As the nation celebrates Youth Leadership Month, The Salvation Army focuses on its character building activities for young members. One of the ways The Salvation Army Kentucky-Tennessee Division does this is through the work of Divisional Youth Leaders and Captains, Matt and Danielle Cunningham. […]