Susan Kochinskas

Putney Foodshelf asks community to look for red, yellow, and white

Yellow means getting pretty low, and red means nearly empty!

What are we talking about?

Have you noticed the homemade sandwich board on the corner of Main Street and Christian Square? It's the easiest way someone traveling through Putney can learn that there is a food pantry in town, unless you are hungry and in need and ask someone who knows about it.

Then, we hope, you have discovered the Putney Foodshelf at the Community Center on Christian Square. And, we hope, you have stopped in on either Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. or Saturdays from 9 to 10 a.m. to fill a bag of healthy food to supplement your supply.

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Giving thanks at Putney Foodshelf

Thanksgiving is a time when we give thanks for what we have and who we have around us. The Putney Foodshelf is thankful for the Putney community! Thanksgiving is about food and being thankful, so we handed out 49 turkeys to our recipients this Thanksgiving - a turkey and...

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Putney Foodshelf is grateful

We are pleased to announce that the Putney Foodshelf has received an Agnes M. Lindsay Grant for two new refrigerators. Cocoplum Appliances in Brattleboro gave us a wonderful discount, keeping it cost-effective. These energy-efficiency fridges should help on the electric bill as well, pleasing our landlord, the Community Center,

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