Dear Neighbor, Friend, Woodstocker
Every holiday for the past 20 years or more, Woodstockers have celebrated Christmas with others in the Community Center at the annual Potluck on Christmas Day.
We all have stories and memories as we celebrated the holiday there while we ate too much delicious food and visited with relatives, friends, neighbors. We swapped stories, caught up on the news.
This annual potluck dinner on Christmas Day is a true community event with everyone participating by bringing a prepared dish, helping decorate and set up the room, and then afterward, cleaning up.
This year is no exception. Toni Weidenbacher, as always, is at the helm. And, this year is no exception as Toni asks for our participation.
Just as in all the other years, preparation is needed to pull off Woodstock’s most meaningful and important event which seems like a mountain that can’t be climbed.
But, always, just as in all the other years, I know you’ll step up. With every dollar you contribute, with every food item you donate, with every hour you volunteer, with every story you share at the potluck, you bring us all in town one step closer to the best Community Holiday Potluck on Christmas Day ever.
And, for you to really feel like this Christmas Day Potluck is the best ever, you need to give of yourself in the preparations. When you give, you feel as if the event is really a part of you. You’ll have more fun that way!
What does Toni need? What does the Potluck on Christmas Day need? What does the community need? Well, that depends on what you can do.
Can you bring a cooked dish…prepared and ready to serve?
Can you send a few dollars to Toni? The funding for this year’s Potluck has disappeared. Contact Toni at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 845-679-7281.
Can you go around town on Christmas morning and pick up dishes that someone in the community prepared?
Can you give a child a nice Christmas gift? Gifts are needed for all ages and all stages.
Can you donate fresh vegetables for the salad? Someone has already donated the greens. About 400 people are expected to attend so about 100 tomatoes are needed. (Just to give you an idea of what might be on the list.)
For every thing you can do for the Holiday Potluck on Christmas Day at the Community Center, we are all truly, deeply, profoundly grateful – this year and every year.
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Peace and food for all.
Woodstock, New York
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