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by Sue Miyamoto Farmers to Families Food Box program will be distributing boxes packed with fresh food to people in need on May 26th at Burlington High School from 10:00 – 2:00 PM. Each household will receive four boxes which include 15-25 pounds of produce, 7.5 pounds dairy, and 20 pounds of chicken. Distributions are...
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by Sue Miyamoto Boxes are packed for our curbside service, refrigerators are stocked with vegetables, and Kitty Daly is hard at working sorting disposable diapers. A warm thanks to the Junior League of the Champlain Valley Diaper Bank which provided the diapers. Also, Aunt Dot’s Place is very thankful for the recent monetary donations that...
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by Sue Miyamoto Curbside serve at Aunt Dot’s Place Aunt Dot’s Place, a food shelf for Essex, Essex Junction, Jericho, Underhill, and Westford is open because it is an essential service. The word “essential” means absolutely necessary, extremely important. To our clients, we are a lifeline, supporting them in feeding their families. Being an essential...
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by Sue Miyamoto Dunkin Donuts had an ad campaign, that said “American Runs on Dunkin”, which leads me to the question, what does Aunt Dot’s Place run on? First, Aunt Dot’s Place, a food shelf that serves Essex, Essex Junction, Westford, Jericho, and Underhill, runs by volunteers. From its board members, to bargain shoppers, to...
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by Sue Miyamoto During these difficult times, please consider volunteering at Aunt Dot’s Place, if you are working from home, and can spare some time. A lot of Aunt Dot’s volunteers are senior citizens who may need to stay home for health reasons. If you are younger and at less risk, and have some time...
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