Dead River Company fed the people of Woodstock for a good cause at an event Friday.
The heating fuel business treated customers and non-customers to barbecue and music at its Woodstock location from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees were asked to donate an item of non-perishable food to give to the Woodstock Community Food Shelf.
“I’ve done it in the other three locations and it’s been a success,” said Dead River Company area manager Gary Haines.
Dead River also showed off some propane-fueled appliances at the event, including a grill, fridge, outdoor fireplace and an outdoor fire pit. The display is planned as a permanent fixture for employees and residents to enjoy.