I am thrilled to announce that, thanks to your recent gifts, we’re moving on to the next phase of our fund drive.
As you’ve probably heard, we launched our fall fund drive in early November with a challenge:
In the course of our lives, we’re members of many communities. I hope you will consider either joining or renewing your membership in The Charlotte News community. Your invitation will arrive in your mailbox in 10 days; it’s our year-end fundraising appeal.
The Food Shelf welcomes two new board members Anne Marie Andriola and Giles Anderson, both longtime food distribution volunteers.
On Thursday September 30, the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte was the setting for the announcement of a $6 million gift to support diversification of farm ownership in Vermont.
Although Thanksgiving and December holidays are on the horizon, we do want to note that our dedicated volunteers added Halloween festivity to the late October distribution —with a clown, a cowgirl and a boat captain working curbside and a backdrop of orange and black decorations, cobwebs, a pumpkin, and spooky eyes lighting up the entrance.
Philo Ridge Farm, through the Frontline Foods Vermont program, donated and delivered lunch to the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and…
On March 8, members of Charlotte Grange #398 presented personalized student dictionaries to all 37 students in the CCS 3rd grade. Our Grange’s participation in the Dictionary Project, or “Words for Thirds” as it is popularly known, has been ongoing for 15 years and is a highlight of the school year for these budding scholars. Teacher Kathy Lara has seen it unfold over the years; both she and teacher Linda Poirier enjoyed the excitement of the presentation and subsequent exploration of the books with their students.