News Maker Ann Hawk on the Christmas Angel Program

The Salvation Army’s Christmas Angel program is open for residents of Warren, Rappahannock, Page and the town of Strasburg.

We spoke with Salvation Army Corp Officer Captain Ann Hawk about the program in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Captain Hawk explains how the program helps to provide Christmas gifts for children in the area.

She also tells us how many children and families were helped last year through the program.

Captain Hawk also tells us that the date to register a child for the program has been extended and how to secure a child’s chance to participate.

Click here for Captain Hawk’s interview.

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News Maker Ann Hawk on the Christmas Angel Program

The Salvation Army’s Christmas Angel program is open for residents of Warren, Rappahannock, Page and the town of Strasburg.

We spoke with Salvation Army Corp Officer Captain Ann Hawk about the program in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Captain Hawk explains how the program helps to provide Christmas gifts for children in the area.

She also tells us how many children and families were helped last year through the program.

Captain Hawk also tells us that the date to register a child for the program has been extended and how to secure a child’s chance to participate.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

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Nearly 500 bookbags donated by the community

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Local State Farm agents and community organizations are coming together to prepare kids to head back to school with a bookbag and school supply drive.

The total number of bookbags collected reached almost 500 with 270 coming from the Rotary Club of Warren County.

Another 200 backpacks were donated by the Kiwanis Club of Front Royal.

The Salvation Army, MDUB Chauffeur Services and other volunteers also helped to get these bookbags and supplies ready for local children who are getting ready for the school year.

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Salvation Army kicks off it’s Red Kettle Campaign and needs volunteers

The Salvation Army of Front Royal kicks off its red kettle campaign on Friday Nov. 12 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at Rural King.

According to a Chamber of Commerce news letter the ribbon cutting is at 10 a.m..

Funds generated by the campaign go directly back into the communities served by the Salvation Army.

According to the Salvation Army’s email on the subject the Front Royal Corps assisted almost 2,000 families from Oct. 2020 to Sept. 2021 with rent/mortgage, utilities, hygiene, clothing and food needs.

The Front Royal Salvation Army serves Warren, Page, Rappahannock Counties as well as the town of Strasburg.

Captain Ann Hawk talks with Janet Michael at noon today Nov. 8 on the Valley Today about the need for volunteers.

Volunteer bell ringers for the Kettle campaign can sign up in a number of ways including by going to RegisterToRing.com or by calling Captain Ann Hawk at (540) 635-4020.

Organizations are invited to adopt a day to ring individuals are invited to ring and a virtual bell ringing online opportunity is available this year as well.

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The Salvation Army is accepting applications for Angel Tree

The Salvation Army Front Royal is offering Angel Tree signups for Warren, Page, Rappahnannock Counties and the town of Strasburg.

The annual program provides Christmas gifts for children and families in need.

The program is for children 12 and under.

Signups can be made by appointment only Oct. 8, 11 and 15.

You can sign up at the Salvation Army Office on Cloud Street Front Royal.

Call (540) 635-4020 to schedule an appointment and find out about the requirements for the service.

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