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DANVILLE MEALSITE - Tues., April 13: Sweet and sour pork, brown rice, buttered beets, broccoli and cheddar cream soup, homemade Challah, mango mousse. Thurs., April 15: Stuffed sweet peppers, kale and spinach, home fries, corn chowder, home- mode Challah, cheesecake FMI 684-3389. WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Closed this week only. FMI: Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860. BURKE MEAL SITE - Mon., April 12: Beef, tomato and rice cosserole, zucchini, roll, brownie. Wed., April 14: Sweet and sour pork with brown rice, corrots, pineapple upside down cake. Fri., April 16: Pepperoni pizza, garden salod, mixed fruit cup. Please coll the meal site by 9 AM to order your meal and as always menu items ore subject to chonge. DARLING INN MEAL SITE-Mon., April 12: Chop suey, tossed salad, gorlic bread, bread pudding. Tue., April 13: Chipped beef & egg. grovy, mashed potatoes, corrots, rolls, butterscotch pud- ding. Wed., April 14: Shake & Bake chicken, cranberry sauce, baked potatoes w/sour cream, mixed veggies, rolls, strawberry cobbler. Thurs., April 15: Pulled pork sondwich, potato wedg- es, coleslaw, roosted corn w/peppers, oatmeal raisin cookies. Fri., April 16: Meatloaf, gravy, mashed potatoes, rolls, Cali veggies, pear squores. FMI: 802-626-8700. HOPE LYNDONVILLE, VT - Shop for new and used items for the whole family. FMI: 802-626-3228 or Hopevermont.com. LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF-Elm St., Lyndonville, open every Wednesday ot 10om for pre-bagged groceries to anyone in our areo! Questions to Deb 626-5586. NEK COUNCIL ON AGING ZOOM CLASS - A Matter of Bal- ance 9 week series, Thursdays, 1-4 pm through May 6, 2021. 802- 751-0431. ONFP This space previded compliments of Benefits Insurançe Wealth Management TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON-PROFIT EVENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFP, BOX 4509, ST. JOHNSBURY, VTOSS19. E-MAIL ADDRESS: infoe poulosinvarance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION, KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF at 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. and Thurs, noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We are using all necessary precautions against COVID19. ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM Open for business Librory & Gallery Mondoys, Wednesdays, Fridays 10am-4pm Tues- doys and Thursdays 12-4pm. Saturdays 10am-2pm. FMI: www. stjathenoeum.org SUNDAY SERVICE VIDEO INTRODUCTIONS - Rev. Sonia Dunbor from the Peocham Cong. Church will be providing video introductions of the focus for worship prior to eoch Sunday service. Visit the home poge of www.peachamchurch.org to view. All ore welcome. TOPS (take off pounds seasonably) meeting Thursday morn- ings 9:15-10:45am at Congregational Church, Lyndonville, VT downstairs. Masks recommended. ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE VISITATION SCHED- ULE -Until further notice, H&H will be open by appointment only. Schedule appointments at least 24 hours in odvance by email at stjohnsburyhhc@gmail.com. Any appointments will follow COVID guidelines. NEK COUNCIL OUTDOOR TAI CHI CLASSES - Council volun- teer leaders are ready to begin outdoor offerings in St. Johnsbury and Hardwick. Please call 802-751-0431 to register. VT HELPLINK is c stotewide, public resource for connecting Ver- monters with the substance use treatment and recovery services they need. Available to the public April 2020. Visit www.VTHelplink. org or call 802-565-5465. 8am-10pm, Monday through Friday; Bom-6pm weekends/holidays. APRIL DART MEETING - Tues., April 13, 6-7pm, Theresa Vezi- na, Associate Director of Vermont Cores and Cindy Boyd, Executive Director of the Kingdom Recovery Center will share local data re- lated to substance misuse. Chelsea Corrow, Prevention Advocate, Umbreilo, Inc., will speak obout Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Please contact Cheryl Chandler for meeting sign-in information ot 802-748-7555 or C.Chandler@nvrh.org DANVILLE MEALSITE - Tues., April 13: Sweet and sour pork, brown rice, buttered beets, broccoli and cheddar cream soup, homemade Challah, mango mousse. Thurs., April 15: Stuffed sweet peppers, kale and spinach, home fries, corn chowder, home- mode Challah, cheesecake FMI 684-3389. WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Closed this week only. FMI: Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860. BURKE MEAL SITE - Mon., April 12: Beef, tomato and rice cosserole, zucchini, roll, brownie. Wed., April 14: Sweet and sour pork with brown rice, corrots, pineapple upside down cake. Fri., April 16: Pepperoni pizza, garden salod, mixed fruit cup. Please coll the meal site by 9 AM to order your meal and as always menu items ore subject to chonge. DARLING INN MEAL SITE-Mon., April 12: Chop suey, tossed salad, gorlic bread, bread pudding. Tue., April 13: Chipped beef & egg. grovy, mashed potatoes, corrots, rolls, butterscotch pud- ding. Wed., April 14: Shake & Bake chicken, cranberry sauce, baked potatoes w/sour cream, mixed veggies, rolls, strawberry cobbler. Thurs., April 15: Pulled pork sondwich, potato wedg- es, coleslaw, roosted corn w/peppers, oatmeal raisin cookies. Fri., April 16: Meatloaf, gravy, mashed potatoes, rolls, Cali veggies, pear squores. FMI: 802-626-8700. HOPE LYNDONVILLE, VT - Shop for new and used items for the whole family. FMI: 802-626-3228 or Hopevermont.com. LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF-Elm St., Lyndonville, open every Wednesday ot 10om for pre-bagged groceries to anyone in our areo! Questions to Deb 626-5586. NEK COUNCIL ON AGING ZOOM CLASS - A Matter of Bal- ance 9 week series, Thursdays, 1-4 pm through May 6, 2021. 802- 751-0431. ONFP This space previded compliments of Benefits Insurançe Wealth Management TO PUT YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON-PROFIT EVENTS, MAIL YOUR COPY TO: NFP, BOX 4509, ST. JOHNSBURY, VTOSS19. E-MAIL ADDRESS: infoe poulosinvarance.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS. NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION, KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF at 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. and Thurs, noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We are using all necessary precautions against COVID19. ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM Open for business Librory & Gallery Mondoys, Wednesdays, Fridays 10am-4pm Tues- doys and Thursdays 12-4pm. Saturdays 10am-2pm. FMI: www. stjathenoeum.org SUNDAY SERVICE VIDEO INTRODUCTIONS - Rev. Sonia Dunbor from the Peocham Cong. Church will be providing video introductions of the focus for worship prior to eoch Sunday service. Visit the home poge of www.peachamchurch.org to view. All ore welcome. TOPS (take off pounds seasonably) meeting Thursday morn- ings 9:15-10:45am at Congregational Church, Lyndonville, VT downstairs. Masks recommended. ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE VISITATION SCHED- ULE -Until further notice, H&H will be open by appointment only. Schedule appointments at least 24 hours in odvance by email at stjohnsburyhhc@gmail.com. Any appointments will follow COVID guidelines. NEK COUNCIL OUTDOOR TAI CHI CLASSES - Council volun- teer leaders are ready to begin outdoor offerings in St. Johnsbury and Hardwick. Please call 802-751-0431 to register. VT HELPLINK is c stotewide, public resource for connecting Ver- monters with the substance use treatment and recovery services they need. Available to the public April 2020. Visit www.VTHelplink. org or call 802-565-5465. 8am-10pm, Monday through Friday; Bom-6pm weekends/holidays. APRIL DART MEETING - Tues., April 13, 6-7pm, Theresa Vezi- na, Associate Director of Vermont Cores and Cindy Boyd, Executive Director of the Kingdom Recovery Center will share local data re- lated to substance misuse. Chelsea Corrow, Prevention Advocate, Umbreilo, Inc., will speak obout Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Please contact Cheryl Chandler for meeting sign-in information ot 802-748-7555 or C.Chandler@nvrh.org

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