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Donations Needed for Coffee Break at the Vermont Welcome Center

The Dummerston Community Center is holding an all day bake, snack, coffee fundraiser at the Vermont Welcome Center, on Friday, June 26th from 7:30 AM to 7 PM. We need your donations of baked goods, snacks, fruit, veggies, coffee, coffee cream, bagels etc.

Any donation food, gift certificates or money would be greatly appreciated.Volunteers to help on the 26th at the snack tables are also needed.

The Community Center will be open on Thursday the 25th from 9 am - 8 pm for drop-off of donations. Help keep the Dummerston Community Center open for public use! If you have been to the Center for meetings, Library, music lessons or other gatherings, you recognize the importance of keeping the building in use. It is with your help that we are able to keep the building open for public use.

The Coffee Break at the Vermont Welcome Center is a very important fund raiser for the Center. We are grateful to the Vermont Welcome Center for this opportunity.

If possible, please respond by email or phone with your donation or questions. Jean Momaney moma@svcable.net, 254-9212, or Ann Davis 254-2415. Thanks!


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