Calling all craft beer lovers, or anyone that wants to support a great cause!
Join us June 22 at this year’s Kettleheads’ Homebrew Fest. This is your chance to sample a wide variety of beers, ciders, and meads served by the people who brewed them – all in support of Combined Community Services.
VIP ADMISSION: $45
5pm entrance + VIP Glass
GENERAL ADMISSION: $25
6pm entrance + Tasting Glass
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Combined Community Services (CCS) will be holding its annual Tools for School event at the Kosciusko County Community Fairgrounds on Wednesday, July 31st, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Tools for School helps prepare Kosciusko County K-12 students in need for the upcoming year by providing them with some of the essential school supplies.
Students can enjoy breakfast provided by Warsaw Community Schools from 8:00 to 10:00 am as well as haircuts by Fiesta Salons throughout the day. Tools for School is an opportunity for CCS and the community to come together and help Kosciusko County students put their best foot forward in their next school year. Some items given out are book bags, pencils, pens, lined paper, notebooks, folders, glue, rulers, colored pencils, and crayons. Tables with representatives from a spectrum of community resources will be present at the event to help families connect with beneficial services in the community. 107.3 WRSW and Willie 103.5 will broadcast live at the event from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
CCS is still in need of school supplies donations or financial donations toward purchasing supplies. These can be dropped off at CCS located at 1195 Mariners Drive, Warsaw, IN 46582 by July 30.
For more information please call John Parker, Director of Emergency Assistance, at 574-269-6019 ext. 222.
About Combined Community Services (CCS): CCS provides comfort, hope and resources for neighbors in need. CCS works with people to stabilize their situation through our Emergency Assistance and continues the path toward independency by working with them to set and meet sustainable long term goals through our economic Self-Sufficiency programs. We are “Helping Neighbors Help Neighbors” by bringing the communities’ resources to a single location to assist families in immediate crisis and through long term case management by giving a ‘Hand Up not a Hand Out’. For more information visit CCSgives.com or call 574.269.6019.