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by Sue Miyamoto A Memorial Day parade organized by Darrell Langworthy, accompanied by Matt Lumsden and Errica Sherrod, remembered those who gave their lives during military service and collected food for our community to be distributed by Aunt Dot’s Food Shelf. A hard-working group of volunteers immediately went to work weighing the food, sorting it,...
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by Sue Miyamoto On Memorial Day, we remember and honor the men and women who died serving in the military. In Essex Junction, there is a parade today, with proper physical distancing organized by Darrell Langworthy of Mark BBQ. Along with the flags and cars, folks from Matt Lumsdon Real Estate are picking up donations...
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by Sue Miyamoto On this lovely spring day, Aunt Dot’s Place received a wonderful donation – bags and bags of fresh greens. We received 15 pounds of greens from Growing Possibilities. Growing Possibilities is a family farm in Underhill, Vermont that grows nutrient-dense produce using organic and sustainable practices and then donates a lot of...
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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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