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Messy, Unprofessional Emails

Published on November 13, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

I’m grateful because I get emails like this after an awesome experience job shadowing or after a speed mentoring event. I’m grateful because I get text messages after spending an hour in Linda’s Closet shopping for just the right blouse. I’m grateful because I get phone calls after connecting a participant to a professional in the community for coffee. I’m grateful because people invest in our participants.

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Finally Fall!

Published on October 30, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

Although Kentucky weather is known for being unpredictable, it was surprising to have to wait until mid-October to finally feel the fall breeze. The Downtown campus at Family Scholar House welcomed it with open arms at the Fall Festival hosted by Revolution Church.

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Reverse Trick-or-Treating

Published on October 9, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

At Family Scholar House, we afford every child the opportunity to experience safe, fun activities, like trick-or-treating. In order to provide the same opportunities, we need the help of volunteers like you! Reverse Trick-or-Treating allows every family to participate as a family. We recruit volunteers to walk door to door, passing out candy to our FSH kids.

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Nia’s Story

Published on September 23, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

Family Scholar House was my answer. Some days are still difficult but with a strong support system & my daughter as my motivation, I know I can achieve my goals.

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Check out this recipe our families learned in cooking class with Chef Nancy!

Published on September 10, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

Enjoy with tortilla chips and raw veggies such as baby carrots and jicama, cucumber, squash and pepper slices!

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When prepping for an interview…

Published on September 3, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

Linda’s Closet is a clothing donation center for professional attire that allows participants to assemble a business outfit, with all of the needed accessories– at absolutely no cost. Participants can select all the needed components of an outfit in order to shine in their interviews, pinning ceremonies, and graduation festivities.

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