On September 21, 2016, over 25 participants attended the first Invest in Wisconsin (IIW) Community Listening Session held at Threshold, a community gathering space on Madison’s eastside.
CAP Services added new staff recently. Jason Rickstad was named CAP’s Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Mary Alice Priebe is CAP’s new Assistant Director of Human Resources. Both are based out of CAP’s Stevens Point [...]
Standing in front of Office Direct in Stevens Point, CAP Services’ Laura West presents business owner Cole Corrigan with a certificate recognizing the business as the winner of CAP’s first Business Expansion Contest. [...]
As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week activities, Stevens Point Child Safety Center staff member Natalie Wall reads a booster seat safety book to a 4K class at CAP Services’ Children’s Discovery Center [...]
October is Domestic Abuse Awareness Month. Take the pledge to help stop domestic abuse today, and share this post widely on social media using the links below. Photograph yourself and your family, friends, club, church group, or sports team taking the pledge and share them with us on CAP Services' facebook page.
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, May 25, in Stevens Point. CAP Services will hold [...]
From left, CAP Services’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site coordinator Connie Henn poses with recent SaveYourRefund winners Gary and Marianne Melka in Wautoma. Gary and Marianne Melka of Wautoma recently won $100 through [...]
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.