Tag Archives: Reading

Help Needed Saturday (9/17): Reading

Volunteers needed in Reading on 9/17. Meet at the Community Church at 9:00am. If you have a truck or tractor that you could use during clean up, that would be much appreciated. Volunteers will be canvassing the community to find … Continue reading

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Where to Help Today 9/15

Good morning everyone. Here’s where you can help today, 9/15: Help Needed: Brattleboro Help Needed: Moretown Help Needed: Plymouth Help Needed: Reading Help Needed: Rochester Help Needed: Rochester Tree Help Needed: Waterbury Masonry Help Needed: Waterbury Help Needed: White River … Continue reading

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Where to Help 9/15

You know it’s that time of night! Here’s where you can help tomorrow, 9/15: Help Needed: Brattleboro Help Needed: Moretown Help Needed: Plymouth Help Needed: Reading Help Needed: Rochester Help Needed: Rochester Tree Help Needed: Waterbury Masonry Help Needed: Waterbury … Continue reading

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Mental Health Resources: Reading

Sara Manns at 291-1172 is organizing a team of counselors to meet with people who feel they need support now. Please reach out if you feel you need more emotional help than you are receiving. The Ottaquechee Health Foundation is … Continue reading

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Help Needed (9/12 to 9/16): Reading

Looking for a few people to volunteer for an afternoon this week in Reading. Basement was flooded, and although a lot of cleaning up has been done, a few more hands are needed to finish the job. A truck might … Continue reading

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Help Needed (9/10): Reading

We’ll be working Saturday, starting at 9, meeting at the Community Church ( 200 Tyson Rd, Reading, VT 05062. (802) 484-5944). ¬†Wear covering clothing including muck boots, and we will provide masks and gloves.

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Help Needed: Reading

Friends of the Fiske’s lost 200 of their chickens because of the flood. ¬†Approximately 40-50 are alive but URGENTLY need foster care until their friends can get up and running again. They are unable to stay on their farm. If … Continue reading

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