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  • Temple Baptist to kickoff May giving for RCS

    RCS is so thankful for a strong outreach program with so many of our area churches. We just hosted a Lunch ‘n Learn with local pastors to let them know what we do for community members in need. In addition to food and shelter services,…

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  • National Volunteer Week is April 11-17

    Volunteerism: The Heart of a Community According to Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service and the creator of National Volunteer Week, the event “is about inspiring, recognizing, and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities….

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  • 4th Annual Chapter 21 FMA 5K Fun Run/1 Mile Walk

    Federal employees will step up in record numbers to feed the hungry again this year for the 4th annual Chapter 21 Federal Managers Association (FMA) 5K Fun Run/1 Mile Walk on Saturday May 21, 2016. Registration online!!! The fee is $20 which includes an event…

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  • RCS announces winner of March Madness fundraiser

    RCS is pleased to announce that Charlie Hill is the winner of the 2016 March Madness fundraiser! Charlie will receive a 50″ HDTV as well as a Party for 10 delivered to his home on Monday, April 4 – in time to watch the NCAA…

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  • RCS distributes food for TEFAP on March 17

    RCS distributes food for The Emergency Food Assistance Program on March 17 Each year, RCS distributes over 500,000 pounds of food (over 180,000 meals) to families in need and serves about 65,000 meals in the Soup Kitchen. This does not include evening meals served in…

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