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CAP Services, the City of Waupaca and project partners will hold a dedication celebration for the new Waupaca Eco-Park at 1534 Webster Way near the Eastgate Estates subdivision. The celebration will be from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, September 10.
Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of the national Catholic social justice lobby NETWORK, is the keynote for CAP Services’ 50th anniversary recognition event Wednesday, [...]
From left, CAP Services’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site coordinator Connie Henn poses with recent SaveYourRefund winners Gary and Marianne Melka in Wautoma. [...]
The emerging leader award was presented to Beth Baar of Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Ms. Baar has dedicated herself to helping low-income seniors and families obtain rental housing that is both affordable and offers a high standard of living. Through her own continued pursuit of professional education and training, she rose from an entry-level position in the Family Literacy Program with CAP Services, Inc. to her current position as director of real estate services.
[Originally distributed by Wisconsin Health Literacy via the Portage County Literacy Council] Participants are invited to attend Let’s Talk about Medicines, a free 90 minute [...]
by Mary Patoka The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is one of the nation’s largest and most effective anti-poverty programs. Nationally, in 2013, [...]
10,000 square feet of commercial space adjacent to Hwy's 73, 21 and 22 in Wautoma.