Note of appreciation: Community helped Bridport suppers succeed

The 11th year of the Bridport Community Supper program has ended for the 2018-2019 winter season. Our suppers are provided free of charge to the community every Friday night at the Bridport Grange Hall from December through March.
Wow what a rewarding season! Barb and I once again enjoyed seeing old friends and making new ones. Thank you to the following sponsors for their continued support and to those who were new in helping this year. Without their support these supper would not be possible. They all play their part in helping build a stronger community:
Bridport Central School Faculty and Staff, Bridport PTO, Bridport Congregational Church, Bridport Grange, Bridport Masons, Middlebury College IVCF, Middlebury College Newman’s Club, Mike’s Fuel, Middlebury Lions Club, Pratt’s Store, Randy Orvis, Moose Rubbish & Recycling, St. Bernadette’s Parish, Townline First Response, Victory Baptist Church Youth Group, Broughton’s Farm Supply, Randy & Barb Palmer, Abby Bailey, Bill Hatley, Bridport Fire Department, MiddVolunteers Group and the Ranney Family.
The Pitch Benders String Band blessed us a few times this year with live musical entertainment. Look for their Facebook page and where you can catch them at other events during the year.
Last but not least, we wish to thank those who come and dine with us. Without you this would be totally fruitless. Your donations, friendly smiles, fabulous conversations and attendance make this all worthwhile for everyone involved. We are truly blessed to live in such a wonderful community.
We plan to begin serving again every Friday night next fall. Stay up to date by joining our Facebook page too. See you December 6th!
Barb Wagner & Katie Welch Co-coordinators
Bridport Community Supper/Bridport Grange

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