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Cash and Food Donations Always Needed

If you send a check, please mail it to Woodstock Community Food Shelf, PO

Box 570, Woodstock, VT 05091.) Food can be dropped off Monday from 4 pm to 6 pm, Wednesday noon to 2 pm, and Saturday 10 am to noon. Lynne Davenport, owner of Yankee Exchange Consignment (the food shelf’s neighbor) will accept donations at her store during her business hours. Food can also be dropped off at locations around Woodstock including Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, the Christian Science Church (when the flag is out), the Congregational Church, Lake Sunapee Bank, the Unitarian Universalist Church, St. James Episcopal Church and the Woodstock Area Jewish Congregation Shir Shalom. Food can also be dropped off at Teago Store in Pomfret. To contact the food shelf, call (802) 457-1185.

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Shopping List for February 2013

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peanut butter, canned fruit, canned soups or stews (low sodium if possible), flour, small bottles of cooking oil, small jars of mayonnaise, and dried beans, peas, grains 

Mission of the Woodstock Area Community Food Shelf

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In order to alleviate hunger, the Woodstock Community Food Shelf will maintain an open, well-stocked food shelf providing basic nutrition to our neighbors in times of need