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Stories from The Patch

Countdown to Give For Good Louisville!

We are counting down to Give For Good Louisville on September 12 with The Cabbage Patch Trivia Challenge on Facebook! Give For Good Louisville is a day to show that the Louisville community is full of generosity, and we will give a little something back to the person who comments first with the correct answer to the day's trivia question! Join us for some fun,...
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A Message on Succession Planning

We have made excellent progress toward identifying the next Executive Director of the Cabbage Patch as Tracy Holladay prepares to retire in 2020! With several interviews already conducted in July, we are ahead of schedule, and feel confident that we will meet our goal of making an offer in the fall. It’s clear that people know that The Patch is a great organization!...
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A College-Focused Community

The Cabbage Patch creates a sense of community that helps support young people as they conquer unfamiliar and sometimes intimidating challenges, like starting college! In July, The Patch staff held a college scholar party that hosted both new and seasoned scholars for a laughter-filled evening. The party started out with an introduction from Educational Opportunities...
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Media Moguls Make Their Voices Heard!

Can you imagine how exciting it would be for a child to visit a radio station, or create their own advertisement? The Cabbage Patch’s Media Moguls camp introduces young people to the business of communications with the help of generous community partners! [caption id="attachment_5611" align="aligncenter" width="316"] Insider Louisville[/caption]   Insider...
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May I Tell You a Story?

Another year, another amazing story by the campers in Young Storyteller’s Camp! This year, Linda and Mary Ellen (Chief Pencil and Chief Crayon) from Baxter’s Corner Publishing Company, assisted our young campers in crafting the story of Drastic Plastic!, an underwater adventure with an environmental twist. Young Storyteller’s Camp provides the opportunity...
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A Safe Place

Chandra has been bullied and harassed on a regular basis at her school. At one point, things got so bad that a group of girls jumped her and beat her up, and shortly after came to her home to intimidate her. Staff members at The Cabbage Patch helped her family contact the police and get the process started to establish a restraining order. After the situation...
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No Lunch? No Problem!

One of the best ways for a club, organization or business to make a big impact with the children of The Cabbage Patch is to organize a service project! This can mean setting up a food or school supply drive, helping with facility repairs or cleaning or hosting a party or celebration. Christ Church United Methodist completed a very timely service project recently...
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Welcome to our newest Board members!

Several new friends have joined us in profoundly changing lives as 2019 Cabbage Patch Board members! Here's another look at some of the newest Board members working behind the scenes to profoundly change lives at The Patch! Michael Drake is the Director of Generation Services at LG&E. He and his wife Sarah have three children and they worship at Southeast...
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Frankie Lewis, Runway Star!

Cabbage Patch alumna Frankie Lewis managed to win the hearts of not only the audience of Project Runway, but also the hearts of her fellow designers! We are so proud of her for conducting herself with integrity, honesty and resilience during the competition. [caption id="attachment_5424" align="aligncenter" width="489"] We knew her back when... Frankie leading...
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Tell Us Your Rod Napier Story

It is bittersweet to announce that we will be celebrating 38 years of service by Director of Programs and Facilities Rod Napier at his retirement party on May 18. In his time at The Patch, he has helped establish a variety of education and youth development programs, supervised the growth of The Patch’s staff and volunteer team, worked on the 19,000 square...
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