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Brown Bag Bonanza

The Woodstock Community Food Shelf took in almost 100 pounds of food donated during the Brown Bag concerts, sponsored by Pentangle.  The bags don’t look all that interesting, but oh!  what is inside.  Pasta, peanut butter, tuna fish and other goodies

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Red Bags from St. James

The red bags have arrived.  Sixteen bags packed with all kinds of goodies, taco seasoning, cereal, pretzels, canned soups and vegetables, and even  personal care items;  the list goes on and on. The total was over 214 pounds.  Thank you St. James, the

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Post Office Food Drive

On May 22, the Woodstock Post Office delivered over 260 pounds of food.  Everything from pasta to tuna to canned vegetables, all food that our guests can enjoy.  Thanks to everyone in the community who participated, and all the postal

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Food Outreach/Healthy Helpings

This is the name of a new endeavor of the Woodstock Food Shelf.  Some students in our community do not have enough nutritious food during the weekends.  The Food Shelf, with the help of the school counselors, determine who might

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Soup, Soup, and More Soup

Parishioners from Our Lady of the Snows had a food drive for soup.  We received big cans, small cans, tomato, chicken noodle, minestrone, and every kind of soup  imaginable.  More than 200 cans were collected that weighed in at more than

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Prosper Valley School Food Drive, 348 pounds of food in pictures

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Union Arena Winter Food Drive

Union Arena held a Christmas and Winter food drive during December which yielded over 41 pounds of food and a sizable check.  Thanks to all who participated both with food and money.

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Chipper’s Helping Out

Chippers helped the Prosper Valley students deliver boxes, then shoveled, and finally delivered a check to the Woodstock Food Bank.  That is called multitasking!  Thanks for all you do.

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Neither rain, nor snow…

nor sleet can keep the St. James food drive from delivering 203 pounds in 39 red bags.  Thanks for helping keep the shelves full.

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Food Collections Everywhere

Everywhere you look there are boxes collecting food for the Woodstock Community Food Shelf:  at the Norman Williams Library, Woodstock Elementary School, the Village Butcher, Union Arena, Woodstock Athletic Club, Artistree, and People’s Bank, just to name a few.  The food

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Food Wishlist
  • pasta
  • spaghetti sauce
  • hot and cold cereal
  • canned tuna
  • canned soups and stews (preferable low sodium)
  • canned fruit and vegetables (preferably low sugar and low salt)
  • peanut butter
  • coffee
  • baked beans
  • boxed macaroni & cheese