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Friday, August 29, 2014

Food Trucks event in Shelton to benefit PCRC







SHELTON - The Parent Child Resource Center will host “Food Trucks in the Valley” from 4-8 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Shelton River Walk to benefit programs and services that serve children and families.


Who: This is an open event.

What: This event is celebrating “Back-to-School” with free admission, while 10 percent of the proceeds from each vendor go towards PCRC’s programs and services. We currently have 12 food trucks confirmed, including healthy options. The PCRC Beverage Table will serve beer, soda, juice and water.

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When: Thursday, Sept. 18 from 4-8 pm. The rain date is Sept. 23. WPLR will be attending 5 -7 p.m. with their tent, table, music and goodies.

Where: Derby-Shelton Rotary Pavilion at the Shelton Riverwalk at the intersection of Cornell Street and Canal Street E. Input Address: 80 Canal St. E, Shelton

Why: “Food Trucks in the Valley” will raise funds to support PCRC’s successful clinical programs that deliver a state of the art care to our clients – as a leader in the delivery of mental health services to children and families. Each year we serve more than 1,200 children, many who suffer from serious behavioral and emotional problems, including trauma, abuse, and neglect. 

How: For information on sponsoring or becoming a vendor, contact Veronica Parsloe at 203-954-0543 ext. 130 or vparsloe@LNVPCRC.org.


This is a press release from the Parent Child Resource Center, the leading provider of behavioral health services to children and families in the Lower Naugatuck Valley.
PCRC programs, including the Child Guidance Clinic, Triple P Parenting Program, Therapeutic Mentoring Program, Intensive Outpatient Program, and the Prevention through Early Intervention Program, help children and their families so that they may develop to their fullest potential.


“Saving Lives by Passionately Caring for Children, Families and Community.”

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