The Warren Coalition’s “Love Our Community” Event

The Warren Coalition concluded a successful membership drive for “We See You, Warren County”

program. Their “Love our Community” event despite the cold brought people in from all over the

county. Children made valentines and wrote love notes to the community, took pictures and enjoyed

some cold weather treats. The membership drive between February 7th through the 15th resulted in 40

new memberships for the program. The “We See you ,Warren County” is a program designed specifically to

to help build a sense of connection within Warren County. Developing a sense of belonging within the

community helps improve mental health and prevent drug and alcohol misuse. There is no cost to the

program, signing up is simply a commitment to do your best to participate. Individuals, businesses, and

organizations are welcome to join. For more information you can go to warrencoalition.org.

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News Maker Ryan Cubbage on a Warren Coalition Event

The Warren Coalition will hold a We Love Our Community Event on Tue. Feb. 15.

The event begins at 4:45 at the Raymond E. Santmyers Youth Center in Front Royal.

We spoke with Ryan Cubbage about the event in our latest news maker segment.

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Ryan gives us details of what is going to be a fun family event to celebrate the community.

This is all a part of the We See You Warren County Campaign for the Warren Coalition.

Ryan tells about the Polar Pitch and how you can help get people wet at the event.

Click here for Ryan’s interview.

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Warren Coalition celebrates Warren County

virtual trauma informed training

An email from the Community Outreach Coordinator for Prevention Collaborative Warren Coalition Celeste Brooks announced a new event for Feb. 15.

As a celebration of the We See You Warren County campaign the Warren Coalition presents We Love Warren County at the Raymond E. Santmyers Youth Center.

The event is free with cocoa, photo booth, music, crafts and a pin a love note to Warren County on the large LOVE sign on site.

The highlight of the event is the Polar Pitch Burst Chair where volunteers wait to be doused with cold water.

The WeCUWC registrations made between now and Feb. 15 the more will be doused.

The Love Our Community event will be held 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. on the 15 of Feb..

There are volunteers standing by to be doused but it takes WeCUWC registrations to get them wet and cold.

To find out more or register go to weseeyou.warrencoalition.org.

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