Gardening and Cooking with our Girls

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Our girls love to learn all about maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In fact, two of their favorite things are gardening and cooking. The girls love spending time in their garden and grow tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, peppers, different types of lettuce and carrots. Many of our girls have developed a love of cooking as well. They […]

Color Me Justice Art Exhibit

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Maryhurst students have created works of art as a way to express their voice visually. Their exhibit will be hung in the teen section of the Downtown Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library. It will be available for viewing starting August 6th and ending October 10th. Read below to find out more about the […]

Maryhurst to Honor Rose Meeks at Journey of Hope Luncheon

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24th Annual Celebratory Luncheon  Featuring Special Guest Annie Locke, Owner Pure Barre Summit Maryhurst kicks off its 24th Annual “Journey of Hope” luncheon today, Thursday, May 15, at 11:00 am at The Galt House.  The annual fundraiser highlights Maryhurst’s work with Kentucky’s abused and neglected children, as well as pays tribute to its many generous supporters […]

Foster Care Feature: Jonathan’s Story

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Jonathan came to Maryhurst’s foster care program when he was just six years old.   He had been so badly neglected that he grunted to communicate.  His behaviors were unbelievably challenging, requiring constant supervision. But Maryhurst foster parents are amazing.  Jonathan’s foster mom, Marcia, is a long-term Maryhurst employee who is truly gifted in her ability […]

Maryhurst Announces 2014 “Journey of Hope” Luncheon

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24th Annual Celebratory Luncheon Presented by Brown-Forman Corporation  (Louisville, KY – March 26, 2014)  Maryhurst is pleased to announce the details of its 2014 “Journey of Hope” luncheon on Thursday, May 15, at The Galt House Hotel.  The annual fundraiser highlights Maryhurst’s work with Kentucky’s abused and neglected children, as well as pays tribute to […]

Maryhurst to Participate in 2014 Mayor’s Week of Service

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Maryhurst is pleased to announce its participation in the annual Mayor’s Week of Service, April 12-20, 2014. Maryhurst will offer the following community service projects: For more information and availability of each project and to sign up for one of Maryhurst’s community service projects go to www.mygiveaday.com and click on “to volunteer for an existing […]

Meet Our March Volunteer Spotlight: Pratibha Sharma

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Maryhurst is made up of wonderful people dedicated to making a difference in the lives of our girls and the community in which we live.  That group is made up of our staff, board members and those who give their time for nothing in return – our volunteers. Every month we feature a volunteer that […]

Meet Our February Butterfly: Annie George Thomas

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Every month we feature one of our alumnae who, with the help of Maryhurst, has transformed their life.  Just like the Monarch Butterfly,  the girls who come to Maryhurst go through a similar, wonderful change. Leaving behind their pain and loss, they emerge from our care like a butterfly, transformed into young women with hope and promise […]

Meet Our January Butterfly: Marilyn Edwards

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Every month we feature one of our alumnae who, with the help of Maryhurst, has transformed their life.  Just like the Monarch Butterfly,  the girls who come to Maryhurst go through a similar, wonderful change. Leaving behind their pain and loss, they emerge from our care like a butterfly, transformed into young women with hope and promise […]

Maryhurst President & CEO Judy Lambeth Recognized as 2014 Woman of Distinction

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Lambeth One of Five Women Recognized For Advocacy of Women and Children in Kentuckiana Maryhurst is thrilled to announce that CEO Judy Lambeth has been recognized by the Center for Women and Families as a 2014 Woman of Distinction. Each year, the Center of Women and Families recognizes five women who have spent their time […]