Welcome to the Carolyn Gable
"Expect A Miracle" Foundation
The purpose of this Foundation is to offer assistance to the single women and men who are working and trying to do well for their children, but are unable to provide the extracurricular activities that help a child build strong character to succeed in today's society.
We Help Working, Single Parents
For Working, Single Parents who are struggling due to lack of income to provide extra curricular activities for their children. A single, working parent needs to be working 20+ hours a week with children ages 5-15. Some examples of the assistance given are:
- Organized Sports
- Music Lessons
- Dance Classes
In the News...
Miracle Path offers inspiration along Geneva Lake shoreline
By LISA M. SCHMELZ, Walworth County Today
LAKE GENEVA--Thousands walk the Geneva Lake Shore Path each year. It is more than 20 miles in length, and few walk it all in a day. However, there is one section in particular that invites visitors to come back again and again. It’s called the Miracle Path. Along the eastern stretch of the path, you’ll pass Carolyn Gable’s house. Here, you’ll find a definite welcome, a deliberate "I'm so glad you stopped by."
Scripted into the white, split-rail fence are messages of hope, peace and encouragement. To take it all in, you actually have to stop. That means, of course, your pause is invited.
Causing you to linger even longer is a simple podium that holds a notebook. Since 2008, more than 12,000 people have filled 14 such notebooks and Gable keeps them all. In their pages, they have immortalized their hopes, their dreams, their gratitude. But sometimes, they share their anger, their sorrow, their pain.
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