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by Sue Miyamoto Lisa Russin, proprietor of All About Hair on Route 15 in Essex has been making masks for her clients and offering them to her clients for a $5.00 donation. Lisa, then donates the money she raises to Aunt Dot’s Place. So far, she has donated $1400! As Nelson Mandela said “We can...
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by Sue Miyamoto As America waits to see who our next president will be, I know one thing for sure. No matter what the results of the election are, our work at Aunt Dot’s Place will go on unchanged. We opened in 2017, and our all-volunteer team continues to serve families and individuals, from children...
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by Sue Miyamoto Your first priority as a citizen is to vote if you haven’t already done so. After that, consider buying a Fight Hunger bag at the Hannaford in Williston. The bags cost $2.50 and $1.00 goes to Aunt Dot’s Place! Ask for the Fight Hunger Bag, and then carry it proudly as you...
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By Sue Miyamoto Here is how it works. Aunt Dot’s Place applied for and received a grant from Vermonters Feeding Vermonters. We received money which is earmarked to purchase fruits and vegetables from a Vermont grower. A volunteer went weekly to Mazza’s to pick up produce there and bring it to Aunt Dot’s for our...
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by Sue Miyamoto John and Barbie Koier of Underhill have been supplying fresh produce to Aunt Dot’s Place all season. This is the last delivery of this season. Thank you so much for your wonderful support! Fresh organic produce is such a wonderful gift to our clients.
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