News

Neat Repeats names grantees

MIDDLEBURY — Neat Repeats directors Linda Waterman and Diane Howlett have released the list of fall 2019 grantees from their resale shop. Grants for that period totaled $33,831 and included the following:
Elderly Services (food), $5,000; — Housing Solutions, $4,695; End of Life Services (pledge), $3,250; Scholarships — MAUHS, MUHS, VUHS, $2,700; Family Assistance (9), $2,462; Dental Assistance (4), $2,050; Charter House Coalition (pledge), $2,000; HOPE — Food Shelf, $2,000; Vermont Symphony Orchestra — School programs, $1,500; CVOEO — Food Shelf, $1,500; Vergennes Food Shelf, $1,300; Educational Opportunities (6), $1,299; Have-a-Heart  Food Shelf, $1,000; Other endeavors (4), $775; Whiting Community Cupboard, $600; Sheldon Museum Holiday Open House, $400; John Graham Shelter Food Shelf, $500; Dinners with Love, $500; and Restorative Justice (documentary), $300.
Waterman and Howlett expressed their happiness that Neat Repeats was able to assist so many people and organizations in the Addison County community and offered thanks to all their donors, shoppers and volunteers who make their giving possible.

Share this story:

More News
News

Sen. Leahy reflects on his life in politics

Patrick Leahy was the third-longest-serving U.S. senator, cast more than 17,000 votes, and … (read more)

Homepage Featured News

Midd Film Fest founder pares back his job

A decade after launching the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival in partnership with renown … (read more)

News

Ferrisburgh gets $500K to help boost safety

Ferrisburgh has been awarded a $500,000 federal grant through the Vermont Agency of Transp … (read more)

Share this story: