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The Board of Directors at the Community Dining Room of Branford would like to send out a giant thank you to all of our supporters who have assisted us during this horrible pandemic. We could not have done it without all of them.
We have had incredible support from dedicated volunteers and local restaurants, who have donated a large quantity of food to feed our shoreline neighbors. Our staff, Executive Director Judy Barron, Administrative Support and Home Delivery Coordinator Barbara Barrett, Kitchen Coordinator, Mary Johnston, and Volunteer/Program Coordinator Tabitha Brown have all done an incredible job of preparing and serving delicious meals in a manner that has been loving to the patrons, coupled with being safe for the community.
These women have done an exemplary job during a very difficult time. Their methods of increasing the numbers of people served were creative and effective. With food insecurities on the rise during these past few months, the staff and volunteers of The Community Dining Room have stepped up and not only met, but exceeded the challenge. Our thanks go to everyone!
Tony Pintod, Co-Chair
Community Dining Room of Branford
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