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Dear neighbors !
Volunteers and employees were all smiles when your numerous donations offered on December 13th were delivered at the Aylmer Food Centre. Again this year, you have been very generous and it's with lots of gratitude that we wish you wonderful holidays with your family. Peace and health in 2016 !
Lynn and Jean-Marc
The Aylmer Food Centre is again this year organizing The Christmas Sharing Store, a mutual aid project. It is an alternative to the traditional Christmas basket and gives a helping hand to Aylmer residents so they can do their holiday groceries at a lower cost and based on their needs.
Since December 2013, families from our neighborhood have generously donated products and non-perishable food items. Again this year, we are soliciting your help to ensure the success of the event. The Centre is seeking donations of the following products:
Non perishable items:
- Peanut butter
- Breakfast cereals /oatmeal
- Salted crackers
- Canned fish or meat
- Snack for children (without nuts)
- Canned fruits /vegetables
- Fruit juice
- Pasta sauce
- Diapers /Pull-ups
- Infant formula
- Baby cereals
- Baby food
- Baby shampoo / lotion
Personal hygiene products:
- Tissue paper
- Toilet paper
- Laundry soap
- Body soap
- Sanitary pads
Donations can be dropped off at 20 Felix-Leclerc from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Sunday December 13.
These will be delivered to the Aylmer Food Centre in time for the Christmas Sharing Store to be held on December 17th and 18th.
THANKS TO THE RIVERMEAD RESIDENTS FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT!!!
For more information: email@example.com (Mercedes at 819-684-0163)
SATURDAY, MAY 16
On Félix-Leclerc and Jean Gascon
(to get there, take Robert Stewart from Lucerne)
There will be everything from toys and kids clothes to chandeliers and African masks!
**In case of heavy rains only, the sale will take place on Sunday, May 17, same time