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TESTIMONIAL : WCAC is a great jewal of our City

Ellen Ganley of the Worcester Community Action Council has mentioned WCCA on line and she wrote:

“Thanks to Mauro DePasquale and WCCA TV for having WCAC on as a guest on Soapbox last week to chat about our YouthWorks Summer Jobs Program. Pre-employment training and work readiness skills underway this week for some 350 youth who’ll next week be placed in jobs throughout the City! Thanks to WCCA for helping us spread the word about this important program and thanks to the many, many community partners who make it possible. #CommonwealthCorporation ” Soapbox: Soapbox #1026 Worcester Community Action Council (WCAC) “.

Watch WCCA’s “SOAPBOX” on cable channel 194 or here at http://www.wccatv.com. There are well over 1,000 episodes of Soapbox, many are available on demand on http://www.wccatv.com/video

WCCA TV is happy to assist, this is COMMUNITY PUBLIC ACCESS MEDIA in action !

We thank the WCAC for ALL THEY do to help those in need.


WCCA TV building bridges with BRIDGEFEST 2013 and standing for food justice with REC Farmers Market

WCCA TV 13 is a proud media sponsor of Bridgefest 2013 : A 5K Run /Walk and Family Festival on Saturday, Sept. 21st at Beaver Brook Park on Mann Street in Worcester from 10am to 2pm. There will be arts and crafts, raffles, food and entertainment. The proceeds are to benefit the Health and Wellness Initiative for individuals served by the Bridge. For more information contact 507-755-0333.

WCCA TV 13 is a proud media sponsor the Regional Environmental Council Farmers Market which includes the Main South Market at the Fuller Family Park on Murray Ave on Saturdays, 10am-2pm, as well as the Beaver Brook Market in Beaver Brook Park on Chandler Street on Mondays from 9:30am to 2pm. Don’t forget about the Mobile Farmers Market – aka the “Veggie Mobile” – with 15 stops around the City of Worcester on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The REC has been providing farmers markets to the community since 2008 in response to an identified need for more sources of fresh, local, healthy and affordable produce in Worcester. WCCA TV is proud to help the REC spread the word to our community!