Posts tagged with: Food Shelf

Next month’s Charlotte News will include a fulsome “thank you” to the many people and businesses in our community whose generosity makes our work possible throughout the year....
At the Nov. 22 regular Selectboard meeting, Charlotte Food Shelf Secretary Peggy Sharpe informed the town that the food shelf will be moving from its current spot at the Charlotte...
People matter! The Vermont Foodbank is a member of Feeding America, which developed out of the idea of one man: John van Hengel....
You scream. I scream. We all scream for zucchini! Maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but fresh vegetables are popular—and they are beneficial....
June is National Dairy Month, so we are encouraged to celebrate with everything from cottage cheese to creemees....
The Food Shelf continues to take precautions to help everyone keep safe. Anyone who has a fever or cough—or symptoms that might seem like a cold—should not come to the...
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...
Throughout the year, the Food Shelf rejoices in the ongoing stories of our community reaching out many helping hands. Many contributions are anonymous and go unrecognized but certainly not unappreciated....
Rick Bragg’s The Best Cook in the World: Tales from My Momma’s Southern Table is a wonderfully poignant, funny and rollicking food memoir, as well as a loving tribute to his mother....
One of the most widespread of wild plants, all parts of the dandelion are edible: root, leaves and flowers. The leaves are an excellent source of vitamin C and all...
The name "pansy" is derived from the French word pensée, "thought,” and so we see Ophelia distributing flowers while saying, “There’s pansies, that’s for thoughts.” We would say “good, generous thoughts” to the...
For the last print issue of The Charlotte News, a group of Charlotte citizens came together in a virtual brainstorming session to see how they could help all residents of...
Please know that the Food Shelf is taking precautions to help everyone keep safe. Anyone who has a fever or cough—symptoms that might seem like a cold--should not come to...
In these cold, wintry months, the Food Shelf has felt the strong touch of many warm, friendly hands. We are happy to report that December ended and January began with...
A big thank you to all those who donated gently used children’s winter outerwear to the Charlotte Grange rummage sale. Cindi Robinson reported on the great quality of this clothing,...
It won’t be warm till the snow gets off the mountain, and the snow won’t get off the mountain till it gets warm. Talk Less and Say More, Vermont Proverbs, Wolfgang...
The December holidays already seem like a long time ago, but we want to send special thanks for the kindness that abounds in our community. ...
We wish Happy Holidays to the generous Charlotte community. Fitting for the season, our list of special thanks is long. Thank you to Wolf Den Scout Pack 607 Shelburne/Charlotte for...
Thank you Thank you for the support this month from Meg Berlin, Jennifer Cote, Janet Morrison and an anonymous donor. Many wonderful baked items, including brownies, muffins and cookies, were received...
Thank you for the support this month from Charlotte Organic COOP, Julia and Daniel Cavanagh, and Barry and Susan Cluff in honor of Greg and Lynn Cluff. And thank you...