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:: After School Arts and Science
We provide after school arts and science programs at ABLE Families, in Kermit, WV.

:: Internships
Internships through Web of Life Ecology Center or Big Laurel are available. Please contact us from more information.

:: Retreats
Eco-spirituality retreats as well as weekend workshops pertaining to ecology, gardening, art, yoga, and spirituality are offered. We particularly enjoy hosting womens' retreats. Please contact us for more information.

:: Marrowbone Community Food Pantry
Our purpose is to be a resource to those who need food and those who can give food. We educate our community about ways to access food and how to maintain proper nutrition. Our services include emergency food and educational programs on nutrition.

The Pantry depends on donations of food and money to obtain food. We give the food to needy people in the areas of Marrowbone and Jennie's Creeks and Breeden. We define needy as those on fixed incomes, recently out of work and those in crisis like fire, flood, death, accidents and illness. Particular care is given to the elderly and to children.

We participate in a national food donation program, Family to Family based out of New York.

If you can support the Pantry with a donation of food or monthly donation, we welcome your help.

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:: Project F.A.C.T
Project F.A.C.T takes its name from Faith, Action, Committment and Time - the necessary elements for recovery from addiction initially, as well as to stay in recovery. Our rugged and wooded mountainside home offers a healthy, natural, drug and alcohol free place which inspires serenity.

Our informal program provides:

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:: Web of Life Ecology Center
Programs include residential summer camps for youth and teens, Earth education, alternative breaks for college and high school groups, seasonal celebrations, outdoor classroom experiences for school children, sessions for Scout groups, internships for college students, and meeting space for groups. Our philosophy is to not exclude anyone from registering on the basis of ability to pay.

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