Middletown tree lighting ceremony

The Town of Middletown began their holiday celebrations yesterday with a tree lighting ceremony.

The town welcomed a special guest, the 1982 NFL MVP Mark Moseley, for the evening.

Local businesses donated food that was given away and members of the Christmas Parade Committee gave presents to children who came.

A bonfire was also held and of course a visit from the big red man himself, Santa Clause.

The event was deemed a success after having to downsize last year’s festivities. 

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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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A Great start to Camping for Hunger 2021

We began loading the Camping for Hunger bus yesterday and we thank everyone for their donation.

It was a good start with over 20 boxes loaded on the first day but it was just day one.

This effort to help Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) feed those in need continues through Sat. at 1106 Elm St. Front Royal.

Warren County Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Seal will be at the Linden trash convenience center today Nov.16 from 1 to 5 for pick up as well.

We are also continuing to load the bus here at the station with non perishable food donations.

You are invited to make a secure monetary donation at ourccap.org as well.

All Camping for Hunger details can be found by clicking here and thank you for your support.

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Loading the Camping for Hunger bus starts today 11/15

Loading the Camping for Hunger bus with non perishable food items has begun.

The bus will be at the radio station 1106 Elm St. Front Royal until Sat. Nov. 20.

Click here for all the details on Camping for Hunger.

If you can’t make it to the bus Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is sending out Deputy Robbie Seal to assist in pick up.

Meet Lt. Seal today Nov. 15 from 3 to 7 at the trash transfer site on Rt.522 North of Front Royal.

Tomorrow Lt. Seal will be at the Linden trash transfer site from 1 to 5.

Thurs. Nov. 18 Lt. Seal will be at the Rt. 340 trash convenience site from 3 to 7.

The Shenandoah Farms trash convenience site will host Deputy Seal from 3 to 7 on Fri. Nov. 19.

There are many drop off locations throughout the town listed at this link.

Janet Michael spoke to Larry Elliot and Joanne Koszyk on the Valley Today on the importance of this community effort to feed those in need here in Warren County.

The efforts put fourth this week will help C-Cap feed those in need through the spring.

We thank you for your help in feeding your friends and neighbors in our community.

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Camping for Hunger bus is ready for loading volunteers are welcome

The Camping for Hunger bus is now in place for ease of loading of those non perishable food donations Nov. 15 -20.

Non perishable food donations to be transferred to the bus can be dropped off at any of the locations at this link.

Volunteers are a vital part of this community effort to feed those in need.

For a rewarding experience and if you would like to help out in anyway contact the Congregational Community Action Project (C-CAP).

C-Cap could always use volunteers with any skill set you have for all their projects all year long.

Thank you for your efforts in supporting the Camping for Hunger campaign.

Click here for all the Camping for Hunger information.

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