The Stowe Donald McMahon Legion and Auxiliary will hold a potluck supper and Christmas party on Wednesday, Dec. 1, at the Legion Hall on South Main Street.

The Johnson Food Shelf has been selected to benefit in the Hannaford Fight Hunger Bag Program. If you shop at Hannaford and buy a reusable Fight Hunger Bag to put your groceries in, the store will donate $1 of it to the Johnson Food Shelf.

Come enjoy the Charlotte Senior Center Monday Munch, Nov. 29, 212 Ferry Road, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., for a menu of chili, cornbread, salad and chocolate cake. No meal had been announced for Nov. 22 as of press time.

Coral Chapter #16, Order of the Eastern Star, is holding a pie sale on Tuesday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Masonic Hall, corner of Portland and Brigham streets, Morrisville.

Join other Stowe friends and bakers as the community once again prepares and donates baked goods to the Lamoille Community Food Share, Clarina Howard Nichols Center, United Community Church in Morrisville — which provides free breakfasts every weekday — and Sweetwaters Restaurant in Burlingt…

Coral Chapter #16, Order of the Eastern Star, is holding a homemade soup sale on Friday, Dec. 3, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Masonic Hall on the corner of Portland and Brigham streets in Morrisville.

Lamoille Community Food Share will be open from 9-11:30 a.m., every day, from Thursday, Nov. 18, to Wednesday Nov. 24 — except Sunday — for its Thanksgiving giveaway.

Johnson Eastern Star Chapter hosts a pie sale Saturday, Nov. 20, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Masonic Lodge on corner of Main and Pearl streets, next to Marvin’s Country Store in Johnson.

Veterans of American Legion Post #33 of Morrisville have decided not to have their oyster dinner on Thursday, Nov. 11, to keep veterans and public safe at this time.


(StatePoint) As we find ourselves surrounded by an abundance of this year’s “must-have” items, our shopping lists are often dictated by retail experts all claiming to offer the ultimate gift-giving guide. But there’s no need to spend a fortune or face the aggravation of competing with crowds…


(StatePoint) It’s become an annual tradition that as soon as we bid adieu to chrysanthemums, the cornucopias and the turkey dinner, the frantic countdown to Christmas begins. From the countless holiday soirees and batches of bulk baking, to battling the crowds in a futile attempt to secure t…

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(Family Features) Holiday festivities with immediate family members or just a few friends rather than larger gatherings may feel different than normal, but you can make the most of the situation with these tips to add intimacy and special meaning to celebratory moments:

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