Winchester C-CAP offers a self-reliance series

The Congregational Community Action Project (C-CAP) of Winchester reports by email that they are offering a self-reliance series starting Tuesday, February 20.

Through a grant from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints the series hopes to allow clients find self-sufficiency.

The series will be held at the C-Cap office at 112 South Kent Street.

The first event covers personal finances with addiction recovery covered on Wednesday and Emotional Reliance on Thursday.

Each session begins at 6 and lasting until 8 p.m. in most cases.

The classes are free and open to anyone with additional therapy and coaching also available.

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News Maker Joanne Koszyk C-CAP readies for Camping 4 Hunger

Both the River 953 and Fox Sports Radio 1450 are getting ready for the 15 annual Camping For Hunger campaign November 13-18.

The effort helps to support the Congregational Community Action Project (C-CAP) of Front Royal Warren County feed those in need.

We spoke to C-CAP’s Executive Director Joanne Koszyk to see if they are ready in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Joanne tells us that they have been serving more people than ever before and the extra help is always needed and appreciated.

She also tells us that volunteers for C-CAP in general are always welcome to help with every aspect of their services.

Joanne also tells us how C-CAP is adjusting to the newly opened facility on Kendrick Lane and how it has really opened up and improved services.

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News Maker George Rutter on your help with Camping for Hunger

Former Front Royal Warren County Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) President George Rutter wanted to thank the community for it’s support of Camping for Hunger.

We spoke to George about that in our latest news maker segment.

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

George expressed his thanks and a happy holiday wish to you from C-Cap.

George also expressed sadness on the passing of a valued volunteer recently.

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News Maker Joanne Koszyk on C-Cap’s new storage facility

The Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) of Front Royal Warren County was just given a new storage facility.

The donation of the new location on Kendrick Lane is from the Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA).

This came just in time to help C-Cap store the 16,000 pounds of food you donated in our Camping for Hunger campaign last month.

We spoke with Executive Director of C-Cap Joanne Koszyk about this donation in our latest news maker.

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

Joanne and all of C-Cap are very excited to have a new place to store their non perishable food supplies.

Joanne tells us what this means for C-Cap and the distribution of items to those in need.

She also talks about future distribution efforts by C-Cap.

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News Maker Joanne Koszyk on Camping for Hunger numbers

Preliminary numbers are in for the 13 annual Camping for Hunger Campaign.

We say preliminary because what is on the bus continues to grow as drop off locations are still bringing in your donations.

Those donations will add to the 8 tons of food that you donated that is already on the bus.

Along with that over $12,000 have been donated to help Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) help those in need.

We spoke to C-Cap Executive Director Joanne Koszyk about this tremendous community effort in our latest news maker.

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

Joanne is so thankful for the effort you put out to help in Camping for Hunger.

We here at the River are grateful and thankful to all of you for your support of this community effort.

It means so much to thousands.

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News Makers Genesis and Sam on their first Camping for Hunger

The Camping for Hunger campaign to help Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) feed the hungry in Warren County wraps up tomorrow Nov. 20.

We are collecting non perishable food items and monetary donations through tomorrow Nov. 20 at noon at 1106 Elm St. Front Royal.

This is Royal Broadcasting’s 13 annual Camping for Hunger.

We spoke to two of Royal Broadcasting’s newest family members Genesis Henry and Samantha Higdon about their first Camping for Hunger in our latest news maker.

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

The two ladies have been working diligently behind the scenes to make this collective effort a success.

The ladies spoke highly of the communities’ effort to feed those in need in Warren County.

They also tell us of the friends and connections they have made during the effort.

Royal Broadcasting and C-Cap Thank You All for all the donations.

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News Maker Robbie Seal on food pick up for Camping for Hunger

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is assisting Royal Broadcasting with loading the Camping for Hunger bus starting Monday Nov. 15.

We spoke to Deputy Robbie Seal about where you can meet him to deliver your non perishable food donation in our latest news maker.

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

Robbie tells where to find him and how to spot him at various locations around Warren County.

Any donations or volunteering for the Camping for Hunger campaign is greatly appreciated.

The effort helps to feed those in need here in Warren County click here to see how you can help.

Royal Broadcasting and Front Royal Warren County Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) thanks you for your help.

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News Maker Joanne Koszyk of C-Cap on Camping for Hunger

We begin loading the Camping for Hunger bus in a week Nov. 15 through the 20.

Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) is the main distributing beneficiary of this community effort.

We spoke with C-Cap Executive Director Joanne Koszyk about the types of donations that work best for those in need in our latest news maker segment.

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

Joanne explains the types of donations that are best for this community.

She goes on to explain the ways to donate and other needs of C-Cap as well.

We appreciate the support of this community effort and for all the details on Camping for Hunger click here thank you.

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