Update: Rochester

Just received this comment from a Rochester resident:

Rochester resident here. The concern shown for our town has been overwhelming and is deeply appreciated. At the most recent town meeting we were told there have been such huge donations of food that there is too much at this point. While that may not always be the case, it’s best if people call ahead to find out if food is still needed. That may also be the case with other towns. Donations of money may be more appropriate, if people are so inclined, to help families displaced. I don’t know the specifics about that but the town office phone number is 767-3631 to discuss both that and the food issue. Many thanks, all.

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4 Responses to Update: Rochester

  1. Thanks for this post, I am cordinating a donation drive for the Vergennes Lions Club and have wondered if there is too much of something being donated. What about shelter/housing supplies…such as blankets, toiletries, towels, pillows, tools, flash lights, batteries, etc?

  2. I’m trying to donate money but there doesn’t seem to be a link where I can do that. Please tell us where we can send money and or supplies.

  3. Marion Nelson says:

    I have a conference table to give to someone in need. In perfect condition, located in Winooski. E-mail: marionne@sover.net for more information or to claim it.

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