Bromley site of food distribution on May 19

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From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 19, the Vermont Foodbank and the Vermont National Guard, with the assistance of several corporations, will be distributing food boxes at the Bromley Mountain parking lot on Route 11 in Peru. This is part of a food distribution effort that will occur in the state in the next two weeks.

Each family can pick up:

  • 2 gallons milk
  • Butter and cheese from Cabot
  • A box of 15-25 pounds fresh vegetables
  • 10 pounds frozen chicken
  • 10 pounds frozen chicken patties
  • 1 case of shelf stable box meals for each family member

If you have any questions, call Londonderry Emergency Management at 802-548-8246

If you or someone you know needs this distribution but is unable to get to Bromley for pickup, call the above number to make arrangements.

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  1. Cynthia Prairie says:

    You could give it to a friend or neighbor or to an organization that serves food to others.

  2. Mary-lynn Wright says:

    This wonderful but what about single people? That is way too food for me and my little freezer. All the food distributions and meals are awesome
    However, I don’t usually participate because I can’t use or freeze that much food and I don’t want to waste any

  3. Cynthia Prairie says:

    Route 11 is also Main Street in Chester. Head west on Route 11. You’ll go past Londonderry and Peru. Bromley Mountain in about 21 miles from Chester. FYI.

  4. Kim A Ryan says:

    I’m new to VT and definitely use assistance of any kind. Could I please get better directions? I’m in Chester. Pls & ty

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