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by Sue Miyamoto Aunt Dot’s Place just received about 3000 pounds of produce. The produce was leftover from the USDA Food Distribution program. Each box contains a big bag of potatoes, celery, sweet potatoes, an onion, an acorn squash, and two apples. Volunteers have been unpacking boxes, and we also put some free acorn squash...
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by Sue Miyamoto This distribution will take place between October 5 and will end after October 30. This time the kits will be slightly smaller, just one box with 5-6 pounds of dairy products, 1 gallon of milk, 10-12 pounds of produce, and 5-6 pounds of meat. To keep wait times to a minimum, reservations...
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by Sue Miyamoto Life can be hard and people can be cruel. This is why we love our pets so much because when life knocks us down and when people hurt us, our pets love us unconditionally, and they help us get back up. We are almost out of pet food at Aunt Dot’s Place....
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by Sue Miyamoto At Aunt Dot’s Place, we have four Super Hero Back Packs which were donated, as well as some pencil boxes. If there are a few children who don’t yet have a backpack or pencil box yet, please ask for one. Meanwhile, the number of clients coming to Aunt Dot’s Place is increasing....
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by Sue Miyamoto Whether children are going to school with the hybrid method, or learning remotely, all children need school supplies. A fantastic duo, a grandmother and granddaughter, prepared a thoughtful gift. They made school bags and put school supplies in each bag. In this brave new world of schooling during a pandemic, this kind...
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