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WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Wed., Oct. 20: Boked hoddock, scolloped pototoes, mixed veggies, solod, homemode bread, brownies. Fri., Oct. 22: Beef pot pie (peos, corrots, poto- toes) Coli veggies, salod, homemode roll, pudding. Make pre-or- ders by colling Jone 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860. f you are unoble to pre-order prior to Wed. or Fri, pleose coll the Meol Site 802-633-4068 before 9:30om. BURKE MEAL SITE - Mon., Oct. 18: Pued pork, roosted root veggies, cole slow, roll ond brownie. Wed., Oct. 20: Meotloof, moshed pototoes, glazed corrots ond pears. Fri., Oct. 22: Open foced turkey sondwich, sweet polatoes, peas and a bonona. All menu items ore subject to chonge without notice. Please contoci the meol site by Pom ot 467-3423 to reserve your spot in house or to order a to go meol. DANVILLE MEAL SITE-Tue., Oct. 19: Spinach quiche, quinoo, couliflower, pototo leek soup, homemede Chollah, mongo mousse Thurs., Oct. 21: Meatloof with mushroom gravy, moshed pota- to, spinoch, con chowder, homemode Chalah, honeydew melon. Call 684-3389 for tekeout and dining room status DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE:- Mon., Oct. 18: Meat loof, baked pototo, sour cream, spinoch, breod, ootmeol roisin cookies. Tues. Oct. 19: Tuna solad sond, com chowder, buter. scotch pudding wtopping. Wed., Oct. 20: Shepherd's pie, tossed solod, bread, jell-o w/fruit & topping. Thu., Oct. 21: Chipped beef w/egg, moshed pototo, cheese biscuit, pineopple upside down coke. Fri., Oct 221 Chicken divon, moshed potato, bread, green beons, lemon squeres. Music every Tuesday. Bingo on Wednesdays 1-3pm. LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF- Elm St, Lyndonvile, is still open every Wednesdoy ot 10om for pre-bogged groceries to anyone in our areal Questions to Deb: 626-5586. NEK COUNCIL ON AGING FREE QUAHOG DANCE THEATER ot Cotomount, Tues. 10-11:30om and Thurs. 5:30-7:30pm. No theater or dance experience necessory FUN AWAITSI Register 802- 751-0431. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF ot 36 Stee- ple Ploce, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. ond Thurs. noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We ore using oll necessary precoutions opoinst COVID-19. TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) - Monroe, NH meets at 6pm. Thursdays at Monroe Publie Library. New members are welcomel ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM - Open for business Library & Gollery Monday-Friday 10om-Spm, Soturdoy 10am-3pm and Closed Sundays. FM www.stjohenoeum.org ONFP This spar previded complimen of Benefits Insurance Wealth Management TO PET FOUR NOTKE IN TNIS SPACE FOR NON-PROVIT EDENTS MAIL FOER COPT TO: NT, BOX 45, ST. JOHNSBURY, VT . KMAIL ADORESS ifpleier m PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORES OR LE SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THLRSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER- Locoted ot 421 Summer St., St. Johrsbury, VT (802.424-1090). New exhibits on the suffroge movement and prominent locol women. Fol/win- ter hours: Mon. Wed, 10om-4pm, Oct. Sh - May 1. Visit www. sthistory.org NOTICE: THE CALEDONIA & S. ESSEX RETIRED TEACHERS will hold ts Oct. 26 meeting at the Knights of Pybios Hall at 336 Hll St., in Danville, VT. Registration is at 11:30 with luncheon at Noon. Please register for the luncheon. Coll Kothy Joslin ot 695- 2916, if you have not been contocted by a coller. Dee Palmer, Li- brorion of Pope Memorial Library wil present Fovorite Books to Read. Bring o couple of your favorite books to shore. Masks will be required inside to oftend. LEARN TO SQUARE DANCE -Wednesdays 7-9pm, Lyndonville. You will learn modern western style squore doncing that allows more voriety thon trodiionol square donce. Great octivity to ex ercise the body ond broin. Coll 626-3670 or 467-8621 for info. FAITH IN ACTION FOOD BANK -ol 101 Main St., Lyndomville is open every Tuesday from 10om-2pm, and Thuriday from 12- 5pm, 802-626-1212, All ore welcome. FREE COMMUNITY SUPPER- Served to the public every nexd to the last Tuesday of the month. 5-6pm, St. John's Church Holl, Main St, St. Johnsbury. All ore welcome. SHEFFIELD CHICKEN PIE SUPPER - Od. 21, Sheffield Town Holl, 3 Setfings 4:30 - 5:30 - 6:30 pm. Aduls $15, Children 12 & under S6, 5& under FREE, Eot IN or Toke OUT. For reservations, pleose coll Solly Simons 626 9001. HOPE FURNITURE SALE - Set., Oct. 23, 11om-2pm, 136 Church Street, Lyndonville. NORTHEAST PREVENTION COALITION will be held on Tues. Oct. 19 from 3-4pm. The Coolifion represents communities in Caledonia and southern Essex counties coming together to support prevention ond educotion for youth, os well os oll oges, concern- ing substonce use, misuse and obuse. All community members ore welcome to aftend. For meeting sign on informotion, pleose visit the Coolition Focebook poge northeoslpreventioncoolition. WEST BARNET SENIOR MEAL SITE - Wed., Oct. 20: Boked hoddock, scolloped pototoes, mixed veggies, solod, homemode bread, brownies. Fri., Oct. 22: Beef pot pie (peos, corrots, poto- toes) Coli veggies, salod, homemode roll, pudding. Make pre-or- ders by colling Jone 603-638-4002 or Jan 802-535-7860. f you are unoble to pre-order prior to Wed. or Fri, pleose coll the Meol Site 802-633-4068 before 9:30om. BURKE MEAL SITE - Mon., Oct. 18: Pued pork, roosted root veggies, cole slow, roll ond brownie. Wed., Oct. 20: Meotloof, moshed pototoes, glazed corrots ond pears. Fri., Oct. 22: Open foced turkey sondwich, sweet polatoes, peas and a bonona. All menu items ore subject to chonge without notice. Please contoci the meol site by Pom ot 467-3423 to reserve your spot in house or to order a to go meol. DANVILLE MEAL SITE-Tue., Oct. 19: Spinach quiche, quinoo, couliflower, pototo leek soup, homemede Chollah, mongo mousse Thurs., Oct. 21: Meatloof with mushroom gravy, moshed pota- to, spinoch, con chowder, homemode Chalah, honeydew melon. Call 684-3389 for tekeout and dining room status DARLING INN SENIOR MEAL SITE:- Mon., Oct. 18: Meat loof, baked pototo, sour cream, spinoch, breod, ootmeol roisin cookies. Tues. Oct. 19: Tuna solad sond, com chowder, buter. scotch pudding wtopping. Wed., Oct. 20: Shepherd's pie, tossed solod, bread, jell-o w/fruit & topping. Thu., Oct. 21: Chipped beef w/egg, moshed pototo, cheese biscuit, pineopple upside down coke. Fri., Oct 221 Chicken divon, moshed potato, bread, green beons, lemon squeres. Music every Tuesday. Bingo on Wednesdays 1-3pm. LYNDON AREA FOOD SHELF- Elm St, Lyndonvile, is still open every Wednesdoy ot 10om for pre-bogged groceries to anyone in our areal Questions to Deb: 626-5586. NEK COUNCIL ON AGING FREE QUAHOG DANCE THEATER ot Cotomount, Tues. 10-11:30om and Thurs. 5:30-7:30pm. No theater or dance experience necessory FUN AWAITSI Register 802- 751-0431. KINGDOM COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD SHELF ot 36 Stee- ple Ploce, St. Johnsbury is open Tues. ond Thurs. noon-3:45pm, 802-751-8581. We ore using oll necessary precoutions opoinst COVID-19. TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) - Monroe, NH meets at 6pm. Thursdays at Monroe Publie Library. New members are welcomel ST. JOHNSBURY ATHENAEUM - Open for business Library & Gollery Monday-Friday 10om-Spm, Soturdoy 10am-3pm and Closed Sundays. FM www.stjohenoeum.org ONFP This spar previded complimen of Benefits Insurance Wealth Management TO PET FOUR NOTKE IN TNIS SPACE FOR NON-PROVIT EDENTS MAIL FOER COPT TO: NT, BOX 45, ST. JOHNSBURY, VT . KMAIL ADORESS ifpleier m PLEASE LIMIT TO 35 WORES OR LE SORRY, NO PHONE CALLS NOTICES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE THLRSDAY PRIOR TO MONDAY INSERTION ST. JOHNSBURY HISTORY & HERITAGE CENTER- Locoted ot 421 Summer St., St. Johrsbury, VT (802.424-1090). New exhibits on the suffroge movement and prominent locol women. Fol/win- ter hours: Mon. Wed, 10om-4pm, Oct. Sh - May 1. Visit www. sthistory.org NOTICE: THE CALEDONIA & S. ESSEX RETIRED TEACHERS will hold ts Oct. 26 meeting at the Knights of Pybios Hall at 336 Hll St., in Danville, VT. Registration is at 11:30 with luncheon at Noon. Please register for the luncheon. Coll Kothy Joslin ot 695- 2916, if you have not been contocted by a coller. Dee Palmer, Li- brorion of Pope Memorial Library wil present Fovorite Books to Read. Bring o couple of your favorite books to shore. Masks will be required inside to oftend. LEARN TO SQUARE DANCE -Wednesdays 7-9pm, Lyndonville. You will learn modern western style squore doncing that allows more voriety thon trodiionol square donce. Great octivity to ex ercise the body ond broin. Coll 626-3670 or 467-8621 for info. FAITH IN ACTION FOOD BANK -ol 101 Main St., Lyndomville is open every Tuesday from 10om-2pm, and Thuriday from 12- 5pm, 802-626-1212, All ore welcome. FREE COMMUNITY SUPPER- Served to the public every nexd to the last Tuesday of the month. 5-6pm, St. John's Church Holl, Main St, St. Johnsbury. All ore welcome. SHEFFIELD CHICKEN PIE SUPPER - Od. 21, Sheffield Town Holl, 3 Setfings 4:30 - 5:30 - 6:30 pm. Aduls $15, Children 12 & under S6, 5& under FREE, Eot IN or Toke OUT. For reservations, pleose coll Solly Simons 626 9001. HOPE FURNITURE SALE - Set., Oct. 23, 11om-2pm, 136 Church Street, Lyndonville. NORTHEAST PREVENTION COALITION will be held on Tues. Oct. 19 from 3-4pm. The Coolifion represents communities in Caledonia and southern Essex counties coming together to support prevention ond educotion for youth, os well os oll oges, concern- ing substonce use, misuse and obuse. All community members ore welcome to aftend. For meeting sign on informotion, pleose visit the Coolition Focebook poge northeoslpreventioncoolition.

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