Food donation

Students at Schaghticoke Middle School in New Milford participate in a food drive the last Friday of each month. This month’s drive brought in 758 food items that were donated to the “Stuff the Gazebo” event. The Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford and the United Way co-sponsor the annual “Stuff the Gazebo” to collect non-perishables to help complete Thanksgiving baskets for 300 families. Above, from left to right, Katy Francis, the United Way’s community impact coordinator for Southern Litchfield County, Priscilla Williams, project chairwoman for the Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford, and SMS Principal Dr. Christopher Longo proudly display the banner showcasing the amount of items collected at the school.
Students at Schaghticoke Middle School in New Milford participate in a food drive the last Friday of each month. This month’s drive brought in 758 food items that were donated to the “Stuff the Gazebo” event. The Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford and the United Way co-sponsor the annual “Stuff the Gazebo” to collect non-perishables to help complete Thanksgiving baskets for 300 families. Above, from left to right, Katy Francis, the United Way’s community impact coordinator for Southern Litchfield County, Priscilla Williams, project chairwoman for the Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford, and SMS Principal Dr. Christopher Longo proudly display the banner showcasing the amount of items collected at the school.Contributed Photo / Contributed Photo

Students at Schaghticoke Middle School in New Milford participate in a food drive the last Friday of each month. This month’s drive brought in 758 food items that were donated to the “Stuff the Gazebo” event. The Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford and the United Way co-sponsor the annual “Stuff the Gazebo” to collect non-perishables to help complete Thanksgiving baskets for 300 families. Above, from left to right, Katy Francis, the United Way’s community impact coordinator for Southern Litchfield County, Priscilla Williams, project chairwoman for the Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford, and SMS Principal Dr. Christopher Longo proudly display the banner showcasing the amount of items collected at the school.