Tenth Day of Christmas in Woodstock: Holiday Generosity

December 22, 2013

in News

Woodstock is not only one of the most Christmassy towns, it’s also one of the most generous — year-round.

For example, volunteers from the Woodstock Community Food Shelf collected canned goods during this year’s Wassail parade.

David Peck, Deborah Peck, Diana Brown and Laura Kent stand behind the Woodstock Community Food Shelf table. (Rick Russell Photo) David Peck, Deborah Peck, Diana Brown and Laura Kent stand behind the Woodstock Community Food Shelf table. (Rick Russell Photo) facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmail

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Diana Brown December 24, 2013 at 2:43 pm

We (the Food Shelf) are so grateful to all the folks who sought us out on the Green. Your contributions are so appreciated. And those helpers from Shir Shalom are amazing! Throughout the morning and up until 3 pm there were about 10 of us altogether who greeted visitors and locals alike. Thanks, Antoinette, for starting this tradition, the Chamber for picking up the reins(figuratively) and the Standard for getting the word out. Diana Brown, Wioodstock Community Food Shelf

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