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Parks holding weeklong drive for CAPSEA

July 2, 2014

Photo by Becky Polaski From left, Memorial Park staff members Andrew Gerber, John Mosebarger, and Clayton Housler are shown with some of the types of items on CAPSEA's wish list such as paper products, children's games, and nonperishable food items. The park staff will be joining with the staffs at Benzinger Park and the St. Marys Community Pool to hold a weeklong CAPSEA drive from July 6-11.

Memorial Park, Benzinger Park, and the St. Marys Community Pool are teaming up to collect items for CAPSEA (Citizens Against Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse) during a weeklong drive that will run from Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 11. CAPSEA, Inc. provides confidential services to victims of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse in both Elk and Cameron Counties and has a wish list of items which are needed to help victims and their families.

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