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Staying Safe While Supporting Local

  • Order online or over the phone whenever possible. Limit your direct contact and practice social distancing. Let your inner introvert out! Most businesses are actively communicating through phone, email, and their social media.
  • Get the To-Do List done. Have you been thinking about buying that membership or signing the kids up for a class? Look at all the free time on your hands! Do it now. Book that birthday party in advance, finally sign up for guitar lessons, etc.
  • Tip well. Remember the delivery driver when you order your pizza or have your items sent to your home.
  • It is suggested now to wear a mask every time you leave your home. There are many no-sew ways to make one, click here for more info from the CDC. 
  • More helpful links & info: The State of Vermont COVID-19 Resource Page

    Not sure where else to turn? Dial 211 on your phone for assistance

Resources for Children

The Class of 2020 High School Graduates had to miss out on a LOT this year. Let’s honor them with a virtual showcase of their achievements! If you are the parent/guardian of a 2020 High School Senior….add them now…and we may chat about them live on the air! 

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Food Resources

Windham Southeast Supervisory Union Superintendent Lyle Holiday:

WSESU is working diligently to meet the needs of our students and families during this uncertain time. Beginning Wednesday, March 18, we will be distributing meals to our students across the district. Children 18 and under are eligible for a daily meal, which includes breakfast and lunch.

We are asking families to complete our Meal Distribution Survey, which can be found on our website, at You will also find other information related to meal delivery including distribution sites, daily menus, bus routes and more. We look forward to continuing to care for and educate our students in the weeks to come. If you can not access the website, please call 802-257-3322, leave your name, your town and how many children under 18 in your house who will need meals.

Request Assistance or Donate to the Vermont Foodbank:

Groundworks/Foodworks in Brattleboro:

If you are interested in volunteering to help a neighbor or if you have a need that you could use some help meeting, please fill out this community-wide, confidential MUTUAL AID SURVEY, which aims to match needs with resources nearby.

To contact Foodworks:  call 802-490-2412 or email Christine: