News Maker Robbie Seal on Camping for Hunger donations

Camping for Hunger is wrapping up as drop off locations trickle in with your donations.

Yesterday Nov. 22 Warren County Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Seal dropped off what he collected at the various trash convenience sites last week.

We spoke to Robbie about the success of the effort in our latest News Maker.

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

Robbie spoke on how grateful he and Warren County Sheriff Butler were on your support of the effort.

Robbie also told us some ideas on how to make next year’s Camping for Hunger even more effective and productive.

Your efforts will feed thousands in Warren County through the Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap).

Thank you for your support of Camping for Hunger.

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WCSO strives to become a Certified Crime Prevention Community

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is striving to become a Certified Crime Prevention Community.

The program is through the Virginia Department of criminal Justice Service.

The goal of the program is to publicly recognize and certify localities that have implemented a defined set of community safety strategies.

This is a part of a comprehensive community safety crime prevention effort for the betterment of the community.

To that end the WCSO will incorporate community and safety crime prevention elements coordinated by Lieutenant Robbie Seal.

Sheriff Butler hopes to meet the requirements to join the program within a year.

Sheriff Butler stated that certification into the program would make Warren County stand out from the rest of the commonwealth of Virginia.

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