Car seat safety check

Used by permission by the Warren County Office employee Sergeant Terry Fritts

In 2021, 740 children under the age of 13 were killed in passenger vehicle accidents and more than 100,000 were injured.

More than 36 percent of these children who died were unrestrained.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office is inviting the public to come out today, September 23rd.

Between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm to speak with their safety seat technicians.

They can answer your questions and ensure that your child’s safety seat is properly installed.

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C-Cap helps feed the children with Camping for Hunger

According to Feeding America almost 800,000 people in Virginia are food insecure of those over 200,000 are children.

Hungry children struggle with concentration and thus struggle with their education.

The Front Royal Warren County Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) is preparing several backpack programs specifically designed to help children with their food insecurity.

Items like Lunchables, Snackables, Trail mixes and other items like this is perfect for this program.

Any of those items or any non perishable food items are accepted at any of the locations listed here.

Where monetary donations for C-Cap are important those non perishable food items are just as important to fill those immediate needs of the hungry.

You can make a monetary donation to C-Cap and Camping for Hunger at this link.

Either way we thank you for any support you can offer including volunteering for C-Cap and the Camping for Hunger campaign.

We begin loading the bus at the station parking lot at 1106 Elm St. Front Royal Nov. 15 through the 20.

You will find all Camping for Hunger information by clicking here.

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WCSO issues a warning of suspicious person

thanksgiving activity boxes

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office is making citizens aware of a suspicious person.

The individual approached a young female as well as a young girl in the Shenandoah Shores area.

This person was seen driving a blue or purplish sedan possibly a subaru.

Authorities are advising the public to use caution and remind kids not to talk to strangers.

They also recommend that an adult accompany children when outdoors.

The Sheriff’s Office has increased patrols in the area and ask that you report suspicious activity immediately.

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