News Maker Joe Woodall on creating Camping for Hunger

It’s been 13 years of Camping for Hunger to help feed those in need in Warren County.

We spoke to the man credited with creating this great program Joe Woodall in our latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Joe worked for Royal Broadcasting from 2003 to 2017.

Joe talks about how Camping for Hunger came about and the early years of the effort to help feed those in Warren County with C-Cap.

Find out how you can help in the effort by clicking here.

We continue to take donations of non perishable food items and monetary donations until Sat. Nov. 20.

Thank you for your support of Camping for Hunger because without your help many will go hungry this winter.

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News Maker Joe Woodall on creating Camping for Hunger
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News Maker Randy Woodward on 13 years of Camping for Hunger

Camping for Hunger has been providing Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) with needed donations for 13 years.

Randy Woodward of the wake up crew has been a part of the campaign for all of those years.

Randy is our news maker today as we look back on those 13 years.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Randy talks of some of the experiences on the bus and commends our community for their continual support of Camping for Hunger.

For all information on Camping for Hunger click here.

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News Maker Lonnie Hill on 13 years of Camping for Hunger

Camping for Hunger has been helping to supply Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) feed those in need for 13 years.

Afternoon Traffic Jam (ATJ) host Lonnie Hill has been a part of the effort through those years and he is our latest News Maker.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Lonnie speaks of the trails, tribulations and the rewards of Camping for Hunger.

One thing that all of us agree on is the effort would never happen without the support of this amazing community.

We and C-Cap thank you for that support.

Click here for Lonnie’s interview.

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