The Salvation Army’s Programs to Feed KY’s and TN’s Homeless Shine a Light on Outdoor Eating of a Different Type Eating outdoors isn’t always a picnic but thanks to The Salvation Army’s programs to feed the homeless and the hungry, a light is being shined on the plight of the poor. Plus, the programs are […]
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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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Louisville and Chattanooga Culinary Arts Programs are Changing Lives Kentucky and Tennessee are states known for their fine cooking and for producing world renowned chefs. The Salvation Army is doing its part to promote innovations in American cuisine and encourage the careers of aspiring chefs through The Salvation Army Louisville and The Salvation Army Chattanooga […]
New Divisional Music Director plans program changes to return focus to Salvation Army music basics When people read the title, credentials and positions of Dr. Joel Collier, the new Salvation Army of Kentucky-Tennessee Divisional Music Director (and thus the Music Conservatory director at Camp Paradise Valley), they may be imagining an older man well into […]