This Thanksgiving is unlike any other — and it’s safe to say the rest of the 2020 holiday season will be unique, too. We asked folks to share their favorite foods and drinks, for this time of year, and asked students to share what they’re most thankful for.
For many families, it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without turkey. But proper food preparation and handling is necessary to avoid an unwanted guest for the holiday, foodborne illness.
The annual Chris’ Challenge Turkey Drive is underway with the same commitment to families in need in the Lamoille Valley, but with a new focus Lamolle Community Food Share is asking for support to help neighbors in need to enjoy a great holiday meal.
The Cambridge Community Food Shelf is once again putting together Thanksgiving food baskets for local families in need. Baskets will include a frozen turkey and all the fixings. Distribution will be Sunday, Nov. 22, 1-4 p.m., meeting room, Second Congregational Church, Jeffersonville.
Lamoille Union High School’s chapter of National Honor Society is teaming up with the student council to have a canned food drive that will go to the Johnson Food Shelf.
Lamoille Community Food Share will operate a drive-thru pantry, offering a turkey breast and a bag of fixings to any family that comes, Nov. 19-21 and Nov. 23-25, 9-11:30 a.m., 197 Harrel St., Morrisville.
Vermont Everyone Eats provides nutritious meals to Vermonters in need of food assistance, as well as a stabilizing source of income for Vermont restaurants, farmers and food producers.
(Family Features) It’s no secret that a balanced diet with plenty of fruits and veggies can deliver important vitamins and nutrients for better health, but many of your favorite foods can actually help support your immune system, too.
(Family Features) Making the holiday season special is an important tradition for many families, and it’s likely to take on heightened importance this year with gatherings, celebrations and festivities taking on a different look than years past. One family-favorite way to create holiday magi…