Thank you to community cupboard supporters
To the Editor:
Dear supporters of the Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard in Ambler: The Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard held a grand reopening event last week, Oct. 18, to celebrate with our donors and supporters that helped us complete our expansion project. Due do a mishap at the post RIfiFH, RuU LnYLWDWLRnV GLG not arrive to you on time and most of our donors and supporters missed this event. We are deeply sorry that you were not able to attend and celebrate with us. f do however encourage all of you to give us a call or stop by and get a personal tour of what your support helped us to complete. ft is truly wonderful!
We will be having a small award day next Thursday, Nov. 1, at 11 a.m. at our location for those who missed our event. Please come out and receive a tour of our new facility.
Again, we are deeply sor- ry and thank you for your continued support!
Christine Bouley Executive Director,
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