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Raven Turner presented Project Discovery winners with their scholarships at their annual end of the year BBQ, May 28th 2016.
Remembering D Day.
We thank all our veterans who have served and continue to serve our country.

Sara Hall celebrating Community Action Month at the Madison Business Expo!


Great day spent at Lowe's Contractor's Day ! Thank you Jack for being our project manager for our Emergency Home Repair.

Skyline CAP thanks everyone who contributed to our Give Local Piedmont day.






Skyline CAP Adds to Affordable Rental Inventory

Skyline CAP purchased four rental units in Madison in June. The units were renovated and are being managed by Skyline CAP.


Head Start Open House

Skyline CAP Head Start was pleased to welcome Del. Michael Webert to our Rappahannock County classroom along with representatives from the local school board for our open house on April 29th. they had the opportunity to learn about the impact Head Start is having in the community and the achievements we have made thanks to a grant from Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth to provide the Al's Pals curriculum.


Skyline CAP Clients Get Started

As a community action agency, Skyline CAP works to give our clients a hand up, not a hand out. That is why the quote from Mark Twain, "The secret to getting ahead is to get started," is so inspirational to us. We want to help our clients get started so they can get ahead. This video shows how they are doing that.


Skyline CAP on Virginia Living TV

Kim Frye Smith, Sara Hall, and Simon Fiscus speak with Jack Garber about the work Skyline CAP is doing in the organization's service area. This program originally aired on Virginia Living TV.


Montague Miller & Co. Supports Home Repair in Madison County

Kim Frye Smith, Executive Director, was pleased to accept a generous donation from Montague Miller & Co. of Madison on behalf of Skyline CAP. The funds will be used to support our home repair services in Madison County.

Pictures, from left to right: Kim Frye Smith, Bonnie Coffey, Patti Lillard, Christiane Lindsay, Lisa Broyles, and Carl Broyles.


Head Start's Rappahannock County classroom has a new Smart Board. Thanks to Rappahannock County Public Schools for supporting this new technology and the Richard Lykes Rappahannock Community Fund at the Northern Piedmonth Community Foundation for providing the necessary funding for this project.

The new technology has allowed for fun, engaging activities in the classroom lead by one of our most experienced teachers, Charity Haines.






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