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FRWC C-CAP open new facility readies for Camping for Hunger

Picture taken by Scott Bradley Hesson at ribbon cutting of C-Cap used by permission

Front Royal Warren County’s Congregational Community Action Project (FRWC C-Cap) officially opened their new facility at 400 Kendrick Lane Front Royal with a ribbon cutting on Nov. 11.

The new facility offers more room for food from Camping for Hunger and more services for those in need in the community.

Nov. 14 at noon at the Royal Plaza Shopping Center the Front Royal Warren County Chamber of Commerce will host the ribbon cutting at the River 953 Fox Sports radio 1450 Camping for Hunger bus.

That is when collections of nonperishable food and monetary donations will begin for the week long 14 annual camping for hunger campaign.

The campaign helps C-Cap stock much needed supplies to last through the winter months and is made possible by the generosity of our community members.

The River 953 and Sports Radio 1450 Thanks the community for their continued support of this important effort.

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