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Reba B. Bolden

Executive Director

WJCC Community Action Agency

HQ Phone:  (757) 229-9332

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WJCC Community Action Agency

312 Waller Mill Road, Suite 405

Williamsburg, Virginia,23185

United States

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About the Artist | A. Amsler Designs

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- Reba Bolden
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"Registration is going very well," said Reba Bolden, of the WJCC Community Action Agency.
"We are looking forward to a full camp." What's great about the camp this year, Bolden noted, is that it allows kids who may not normally have the opportunity to participate.


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Reba B. Bolden
Community Action Agency


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"We're really struggling here," says CAA Executive Director Reba Bolden of her organization's efforts to get the food together for the meal basket program, called Feed the Need.
"We hope to have enough to help everyone, or at least we'll help as many as possible." To fill all the baskets, the CAA needs 700 turkeys and hams along with stuffing, macaroni and cheese or mashed potato mix, yams, string beans, cranberry sauce and cake mix and frosting. The CAA doesn't yet have nearly enough money on hand to buy all these items, so they are asking the community for help, either through donations of food or cash donations in any amount. Bolden says the organization will use what funds it has to purchase as much food as possible, but there may not be enough for the meat portion of the baskets, or possibly not enough to fill all the baskets that have been requested. Bolden says she's not surprised by the huge increase in demand this year, as it just reflects consistent increases in need across the area since the recession began.


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