Food Banks across America are impacted by national short falls

ABC news is reporting that rising food prices and supply chain issues are severely impacting an already pandemic hampered food bank situation across the nation.

Because of this supply chain and price issue your support of Camping for Hunger is critical in helping families in need here in Warren County.

The non perishable food donations will ensure that Congregational Community Action Project (C-CAP) will have the immediate supplies when needed.

Food drop off locations across the county are found at this link.

The Camping for Hunger bus is also available in the radio station parking lot 1106 Elm St. Front Royal and ready for loading.

Other ways to help in this community effort to ensure no one goes hungry is available here.

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Ready to load the Camping for Hunger bus Nov. 15-20

We begin loading the Camping for Hunger bus  November 15 with your donations.

The bus is going to be in the station parking lot again this year at 1106 Elm Street Front Royal.

Your donations will help C-Cap feed those in need here in Warren County and we thank you for your help.

Where the bus is located at the station non-perishable food drop off locations are throughout the town click here for a list of those locations as well as a link for monetary donations.

Here is a list of some items being dropped off as well.

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News Maker Lt. Robbie Seal on WCSO help with Camping for Hunger

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office will be assisting in the pickup of non-perishable  food items for Camping for Hunger starting Nov. 15.

We spoke to Lt. Robbie Seal about the logistics of the effort in our latest news maker segment.

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

Robbie explains that the he and the WCSO van will be out in the community starting Nov. 15.

Look for Robbie in the van and the Camping for Hunger sign to drop off your non-perishable food item.

Click here for Robbie’s interview.

We and C-Cap thank you for your donations for our Camping for Hunger campaign.

Click here to learn more about Camping for Hunger.

Thanks to WCSO for making drop offs easier than ever by going out to meet you.

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More drop off locations for National Take Back Day

Frederick County announced drop off locations for unwanted or outdated prescription drugs on National Take Back Day.

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office on Coverstone Drive, Walgreens on Valley Mill Road and two Walmart locations on Walmart Drive and Maranto Manor are drop off locations.

Strasburg Police Department will also be a drop off location as will the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.

All drop offs locations will be available April 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..

In October’s take back day the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) collected almost 500 tons of unwanted or expired prescriptions.

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