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WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE- Wed., Aug. 25: Meat- ball strogonoff, noodles, peas, solod, homemade roll, bar cook- es. Fri., Aug. 27: Teriyaki chicken, rice, mixed veggies, salad, homemode breod, pudding. "In house dining resumes - note time change 11:30am-12:30pm. FMI: Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860 suggested donation $4.00 (S5.00 under age 60) TAKE-OUTS: PRE-ORDERED MEALS ARE RE- QUIRED and will be ready for you 11:00-12:00. DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE:- Mon., Aug. 23: Shep erd's pie, 3 bean solod, breod, topioco pudding w/topping. Tues. Aug. 24: BBQ chicken, boked beons, mixed veggies, coftoge cheese, bread, vonilla pudding Musie w/Tom Keithan & ter 11:00 & corrots, bread, gingerbreod w/topping. Aug. 26: Poppyseed chicken, mashed potato, broccoli, deviled eggs, breod, birthday cake. Fri., Aug. 27: Boiled ham dinner w cobboge, potato, onions, & corrots, breod, chocolate pudding Ches- Wed., Aug. 25: Tuna noodle cosserole w/peas 1-3pm. Thu., am. BINGO BURKE MEAL SITE - Mon, Aug. 23: Hom ond veggie quiche, gazpocho soup, blueberry coffee coke. Wed., Aug. 25: Sweet and Sour pork over brown rice, broccoli, vanillo pudding. Fri., Aug. 27: Tuno noodle cosserole, glazed corrots, banana. In house din- ing is served at 12pm. DANVILLE MEAL SITE - Tue., Aug. 24: Baked ham with fruit souce, sweet potato, broccoli, chicken vegetable soup, homemade Challah, pumpkin mousse. Thurs., Aug. 26: Mushroom frittata, scolloped pototo, snow peos, splt pea soup, homemode Chollah, contoloupe. SORRY, DINING ROOM CLOSED DUE TO COoVID. FOR TAKE OUT CALL 684-3389 BY 9:30AM FOR 11AM PICK UP - .. ......... LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF- Elm St., Lyndonville, is open every Wednesday of 10om for pre-bogged groceries to anyone in our areal Questions to Deb: 626-5586. -- *** NEK COUNCIL ON AGING FREE QUAHOG DANCE THEATER beginning 9/21 ot Catamount, Tues. 10-11:30om ond Thurs. 5:30- 7:30pm. No theater or donce experience necessary. FUN AWAITS! Register 802-751-0431. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF at 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. ond Thurs. noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581, We ore using oll necessory precoutions ogoinst COVID-19. ONFP engemant Thê space previded compliment of Benefits Insurance TO PET YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON PROFIT EVEVIS, MAR YOUR COPY TO NFP, BOX 45.ST. JOHNSBURY.VT eSS9. E-MAILADDRESS: info poslesieerence.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS NOTICES MUST RE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION. TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) - Monroe, NH meets ot ópm. Thursdays of Monroe Public Librory. New members ore welcomel GOOD LIVING SENIOR CENTER S1. Johnsbury. Please join us on Monday's from 1-3pm for Bingoll Refreshments will be served ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM Open for business Librory & Gollery Mondoy-Friday 10am-Spm, Soturday 10om-3pm and Closed Sundays. FMI www.stjothenoeum.org CALEDONIA & S. ESSEX RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION will meet on the 4th Tuesday of Sept., Oct, April, May, June, and July for 2021 and 2022. We will have our first meeting in Donville, at the Knights of Pythios Holl on Hill Street on Sept. 28. Regis- tration is at 11:30om with a luncheon at Noon. Lunch cost is now $12 Dues for the year ore $5 for the 6 meetings and is payoble in Sept. or Oct. or mail to Betsey Corpenter. A short program of interest will follow the luncheon and e short business meeting. We ore still collecting non-perishoble foods for the locol food shelf, If interested in receiving our brochure, coll Kothy Joslin ot 695-2916. Previous members will receive the brochure the first week of Sept. PICKLEBALL AT POWERS PARK IN LYNDONVILLE - Picklers meet Saturdays from 8-11am ot Powers Pork and also Mondays 4-7pm. Age 16 end older. Bring your own poddles. Round robin play every Mon 4-7pm (roin date Thurs 4-7pm), Wed 4-7pm and Sot 8-1lam, Sneakers required. Bells provided and o few poddles ore ovailable. FMI emoil mjmiller3149@ gmail.com --- ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER - Celebrat- ing the town's rich legocy, the Center exhibits, preserves, ond teoch- es history to oll oges June-Sept. hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Locoted of 421 Summer Street, St. Johnsbury, [802-424. 1090). Visit www.sthistory.org to find special articles and events. :: :: * NORTHEAST KINGDOM WALK TO END ALZHEIMER'S - Sun, Sept, 26. Registrafion storts ot 9om, Promise Gorden Open- ing Ceremony is ot 10om and we wolk at 10:15Som. Sove fime on Walk Day - register, volunteer or donate NOW at: oct.alz.org/ vermont ENDALZ SUN STYLE TAI CHI FREE I hour Thurs. Ipm & Sat. 10am St. Winter/Main St, park or Fother Lively Gymnasium, FMI: 802-751- 0431, THE NEWARK LITTLE FREE LIBRARY'S "LOCAL LIT SUMMER SERIES" - Presents Poetry Nightl, Aug. 26 beginning 6:30pm, 1369 Mople Ridge Rood, Nework, Vermont. Bring chair to sit, fa- vorite poem to reod. May simply listen! Cancelled if rain. WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE- Wed., Aug. 25: Meat- ball strogonoff, noodles, peas, solod, homemade roll, bar cook- es. Fri., Aug. 27: Teriyaki chicken, rice, mixed veggies, salad, homemode breod, pudding. "In house dining resumes - note time change 11:30am-12:30pm. FMI: Jane 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860 suggested donation $4.00 (S5.00 under age 60) TAKE-OUTS: PRE-ORDERED MEALS ARE RE- QUIRED and will be ready for you 11:00-12:00. DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE:- Mon., Aug. 23: Shep erd's pie, 3 bean solod, breod, topioco pudding w/topping. Tues. Aug. 24: BBQ chicken, boked beons, mixed veggies, coftoge cheese, bread, vonilla pudding Musie w/Tom Keithan & ter 11:00 & corrots, bread, gingerbreod w/topping. Aug. 26: Poppyseed chicken, mashed potato, broccoli, deviled eggs, breod, birthday cake. Fri., Aug. 27: Boiled ham dinner w cobboge, potato, onions, & corrots, breod, chocolate pudding Ches- Wed., Aug. 25: Tuna noodle cosserole w/peas 1-3pm. Thu., am. BINGO BURKE MEAL SITE - Mon, Aug. 23: Hom ond veggie quiche, gazpocho soup, blueberry coffee coke. Wed., Aug. 25: Sweet and Sour pork over brown rice, broccoli, vanillo pudding. Fri., Aug. 27: Tuno noodle cosserole, glazed corrots, banana. In house din- ing is served at 12pm. DANVILLE MEAL SITE - Tue., Aug. 24: Baked ham with fruit souce, sweet potato, broccoli, chicken vegetable soup, homemade Challah, pumpkin mousse. Thurs., Aug. 26: Mushroom frittata, scolloped pototo, snow peos, splt pea soup, homemode Chollah, contoloupe. SORRY, DINING ROOM CLOSED DUE TO COoVID. FOR TAKE OUT CALL 684-3389 BY 9:30AM FOR 11AM PICK UP - .. ......... LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF- Elm St., Lyndonville, is open every Wednesday of 10om for pre-bogged groceries to anyone in our areal Questions to Deb: 626-5586. -- *** NEK COUNCIL ON AGING FREE QUAHOG DANCE THEATER beginning 9/21 ot Catamount, Tues. 10-11:30om ond Thurs. 5:30- 7:30pm. No theater or donce experience necessary. FUN AWAITS! Register 802-751-0431. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF at 36 Stee- ple Place, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. ond Thurs. noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581, We ore using oll necessory precoutions ogoinst COVID-19. ONFP engemant Thê space previded compliment of Benefits Insurance TO PET YOUR NOTICE IN THIS SPACE FOR NON PROFIT EVEVIS, MAR YOUR COPY TO NFP, BOX 45.ST. JOHNSBURY.VT eSS9. E-MAILADDRESS: info poslesieerence.com PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORDS OR LESS. SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS NOTICES MUST RE RECEIVED BY THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION. TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) - Monroe, NH meets ot ópm. Thursdays of Monroe Public Librory. New members ore welcomel GOOD LIVING SENIOR CENTER S1. Johnsbury. Please join us on Monday's from 1-3pm for Bingoll Refreshments will be served ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM Open for business Librory & Gollery Mondoy-Friday 10am-Spm, Soturday 10om-3pm and Closed Sundays. FMI www.stjothenoeum.org CALEDONIA & S. ESSEX RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION will meet on the 4th Tuesday of Sept., Oct, April, May, June, and July for 2021 and 2022. We will have our first meeting in Donville, at the Knights of Pythios Holl on Hill Street on Sept. 28. Regis- tration is at 11:30om with a luncheon at Noon. Lunch cost is now $12 Dues for the year ore $5 for the 6 meetings and is payoble in Sept. or Oct. or mail to Betsey Corpenter. A short program of interest will follow the luncheon and e short business meeting. We ore still collecting non-perishoble foods for the locol food shelf, If interested in receiving our brochure, coll Kothy Joslin ot 695-2916. Previous members will receive the brochure the first week of Sept. PICKLEBALL AT POWERS PARK IN LYNDONVILLE - Picklers meet Saturdays from 8-11am ot Powers Pork and also Mondays 4-7pm. Age 16 end older. Bring your own poddles. Round robin play every Mon 4-7pm (roin date Thurs 4-7pm), Wed 4-7pm and Sot 8-1lam, Sneakers required. Bells provided and o few poddles ore ovailable. FMI emoil mjmiller3149@ gmail.com --- ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER - Celebrat- ing the town's rich legocy, the Center exhibits, preserves, ond teoch- es history to oll oges June-Sept. hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Locoted of 421 Summer Street, St. Johnsbury, [802-424. 1090). Visit www.sthistory.org to find special articles and events. :: :: * NORTHEAST KINGDOM WALK TO END ALZHEIMER'S - Sun, Sept, 26. Registrafion storts ot 9om, Promise Gorden Open- ing Ceremony is ot 10om and we wolk at 10:15Som. Sove fime on Walk Day - register, volunteer or donate NOW at: oct.alz.org/ vermont ENDALZ SUN STYLE TAI CHI FREE I hour Thurs. Ipm & Sat. 10am St. Winter/Main St, park or Fother Lively Gymnasium, FMI: 802-751- 0431, THE NEWARK LITTLE FREE LIBRARY'S "LOCAL LIT SUMMER SERIES" - Presents Poetry Nightl, Aug. 26 beginning 6:30pm, 1369 Mople Ridge Rood, Nework, Vermont. Bring chair to sit, fa- vorite poem to reod. May simply listen! Cancelled if rain.

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