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Help Needed (Daily til 9/30): Rochester

The White River Golf Course needs help cleaning up greens before the season ends. This includes greens cleanup, debris removal, silt removal and rock and gravel removal. Bring shovels, gloves and masks. A chainsaw or two would be helpful. Hours … Continue reading

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Update: 3SquaresVT Replacement Benefits

3SquaresVT Replacement Benefits Post-Irene Due to the power outages, flooding, and devastation in Vermont caused by Tropical Storm Irene, the Department for Children and Families(DCF) is able to provide REPLACEMENT BENEFITS to current 3SquaresVT participants who lost food due to the storm. … Continue reading

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Resource: Helping Kids Cope

Talking to Children about Natural Disasters  By David Fassler, M.D. Once again, parents and teachers are faced with the challenge of explaining a local natural disaster with children. Although these may be difficult conversations, they are also important.  There are … Continue reading

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Information: Helping Children Post-Irene

This link from the Vermont Family Network is a great resource for parents looking to help their children through the aftermath of Hurricane Irene: http://www.vermontfamilynetwork.org/2011/09/hurricane-irene-resources/

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Information: Windham County School District Bus Schedule

Windham County parents contact local schools with any additional questions. The bus revised bus schedule is available in the link below: https://sites.google.com/a/windhamcentral.org/home/for-parents/bus-schedules

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Toys/Kids Items Needed

Child Care Resource is looking for toys and other children related items to restock damaged day cares. Call for drop off locations: (802) 863-3367

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Help Provide Free Breakfast for Kids

by Vermont Department of Education on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 2:34pm The majority of students who attend Leland and Gray live in towns hard-hit by Tropical Storm Irene. These include Brookline, Dover, Jamaica, Marlboro, Newfane, Stratton, and Wardsboro. Leland … Continue reading

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