Community and Safety Fair in Winchester

Bright Futures of Winchester and Frederick County are hosting a Community and Safety Fair today from 11:00 am to 3 pm at James Wood Middle School.

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office and Winchester Fire and Rescue will bring some of their specialty vehicles and law enforcement apparatus for children to learn about and explore.

They will also have live demonstrations with their K9 team and drones.

There will also be music, food, a dunk tank and a kids zone.

An acknowledgment and moment of silence for the attacks on September 11th will take place at noon.

Please bring canned goods or nonperishable food to support the Bright Futures food drive.

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C-Cap estimates 7,000 people will be fed thanks to you

Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) executive director Joanne Koszyk estimates that  more than 7,000 people will be fed into the spring of 2022.

You donated 16,000 pounds of food for the immediate needs of those less fortunate in Warren County.

In addition the nearly $12,000 donated will help with future needs for C-Cap.

Volunteering is another way to help C-Cap visit ourccap.org to help.

To make a secure monetary donation click here.

C-Cap of Front Royal Warren County and we here at the River 953 are grateful for your continued support of Camping for Hunger.

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