Support local teens, buy cookbook

MIDDLEBURY — Addison Central Teens, (ACT) the organization committed to providing the Teen Center and after-school alternatives that are welcoming, safe and fun for all teenagers in the community, has been selected as a benefiting nonprofit of the “fresh Cookbook” fundraiser at Hannaford  supermarkets for the months of July and August.
The “fresh Cookbook” was released in July and contains the best “fresh Magazine” recipes that Hannaford customers have enjoyed for years. The cookbook contains recipes and a little “frosting on the cake” for local communities. Every fresh Cookbook purchased generates a $5 donation to support the critical work of nonprofit organizations working to eliminate childhood hunger and improve child nutrition. Each cookbook contains $15 in coupons for products shoppers can find at Hannaford stores.
Hannaford has selected many nonprofit organizations to receive local store donations each month. ACT was selected as the July and August recipient at Hannaford’s Middlebury location. For every “fresh Cookbook” purchased at the Middlebury location, ACT will receive a $5 donation.
ACT’s goal is to raise $1,000 during July and August — that’s 250 cookbooks bought in support of the organization. ACT plans to use the funds to provide healthy and exciting snacks for its after-school programming. Learn more about ACT by calling 802-349-1790 or visiting middteens.org.
More information on the “fresh Cookbook” fundraiser is available at hannafordcookbook.com.

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