Thanks to a grant-funded refrigerator on wheels, HOPE will increasingly be able to bring food to hungry, transportation-challenged people — especially those in the rural fringes of the county who are homebound, frail and elderly.
Last Thursday’s paper had an exceptional photo of Dorothy Muzzy with her 9-pointer, which she landed on the last day of hunting season. What the photo does not show is the phone call she made just a few days later.
Beginning Monday, Nov. 15, Middlebury’s Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects’s (HOPE) food shelf will be open not only to humans, but also their four-legged friends.
NEW HAVEN — A volunteer effort is under way to establish a free food pantry in New Haven. There are similar pantries in Monkton, Lincoln, Bristol and Starksboro. This will be a place where people who are struggling with food insecurity will be able to ac … (read more)
VERGENNES — During the COVID-19 pandemic, a small group of Rotarians in Vergennes stepped up to generate a $700 donation to the Vergennes Area Food Shelf. This small Rotary Club does much for the community and during this time of unemployment for so many … (read more)
VERGENNES — The Vergennes Community Food shelf has announced that they will continue to provide services, but will be switching to “outside only” food distribution as a response to the spread of COVID-19. Volunteers from four local churches — Vergennes … (read more)
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 lit … (read more)