Neat Repeats hands out $19,798

MIDDLEBURY — Diane Howlett and Linda Waterman, directors of Neat Repeats Consignment Shop in Middlebury, have announced the Neat Repeats grant awards for the summer 2017 cycle. A total of $19,798 was awarded in Addison County, as follows:
A total of $3,750 went to Housing Solutions/HOPE; $3,000 was pledged to Elderly Services; $2,850 went to Family Assistance; $2,700 in Scholarship money to MAUHS, MUHS, and VUHS; $2,000 in Dental Assistance; $1,500 supported Vermont Symphony Orchestra in-school programs; $1,000 to the Open Door Clinic; $750 to RSVP/Bone Builders; $598 helped WomenSafe clients; and $500 helped fund the Better Middlebury Partnership’s Spooktacular.
 In addition, $400 went to the MAUHS Middle School, $400 to the Cornwall School for transportation and its after school program, $250 went to the MESA Read-a-thon; and $100 to help Starksboro Sports Programs.
All this was made possible by Neat Repeat’s volunteers, donors and shoppers. 

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