Op/Ed

Note of appreciation: Food shelf fuller thanks to Eddy Farm School

This past Saturday the Eddy Farm School for Horse and Rider took a break from the horses and instead took the time to organize and orchestrate their annual food drive. There were 19 volunteers total with Anita Nadeau at the helm. 
This year’s goal was literally one ton of food and they achieved it and exceeded it with a total of 2,060 pounds. 
CVOEO/Addison Community Action want to express our sincerest gratitude and appreciation for the time, energy, love and enthusiasm that went into making this event happen. Their commitment to making sure no one in the community goes hungry is a blessing for all the families we serve. Thank you one and all. 
Donna Rose 
CVOEO Food Shelf 
Coordinator 
Middlebury 

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