Food Share


Lamoille Community Food Share board members and volunteers participate in various events throughout the year. Area organizations and businesses also organize events for our benefit. We appreciate all of the help!


If you know of an event which will benefit Lamoille Community Food Share, please send us the details so we can post them here. lcfoodshare@gmail.com

Rocktoberfest was held in Morrisville on Saturday, October 4. There was good turnout despite the rain. We had fifteen entries for the chili cook-off! The winners were Edna Elwood (KEDNA) for meat with beans, Casey English of CCV for meat, no beans, and Deb Papineau of Deb’s Place for vegetarian. The winners were given certificates and a $50 gift card to the Lamoille County business of their choice (supplied by Community National Bank). Thanks to all who entered and everyone who came, tasted and voted for the winners!

Casey English of CCV receives his certificate from Heather Bradley, CNB Vice-president and Food Share Board Member.

Karen Loh and Joan Greene staffed our booth where we raffled off a handmade quilt donated by Common Thread Quilt Guild, a Keurig coffee machine and a VT Teddy bear.

Board members Heather Bradley, Betty Bevans and Pam Hammel staffed the chili cook-off.

Marc Sherman and Trudy of Stowe Mercantile got into the spirit of Christmas. Each year they have Santa come visit the store. For each child who visits Santa they donate $10 to Lamoille Community Food Share. With free cookie decorating, the kids have a great time and Food Share gets a big boost. Our thanks to Marc and Trudy and everyone who participated! We received $2000 this year!

The Green Mountain Disc Golf Club held their 2015 Ice Bucket IX on January 31. For the third year in a row, GMDC has chosen LCFS and the Waterbury Area Food Shelf to share in the proceeds of this Winter fundraiser. Last year they raised $9504 which was the third highest total in the world. This year they raised $12,000!

The event is held at the Center Chains DGC in Waterbury Center. Competitors pay to play as well as drumming up sponsors. These intrepid folks then spend a  very cold day out playing disc golf and having a great time. For at look at this year’s event click here.

The winners of the tournament get first pick of prizes. We want to thank everyone who has donated prizes including:

2 $25 gift certificates for Rock Art Brewery
a $25 gift certificate for Lost Nation Brewery
1 pair of Enprotex gloves
a Cellars at Jasper Hill gift box valued at $85

We are proud to say that we were a sponsor of the Lake Elmore Polar Splash for 2015, which took place on February 14. LCFS was the recipient of the proceeds from this event in 2013 and we are happy to support Morrisville Rotary and this year’s recipient the Lamoille Restorative Center. Shown here: our Treasurer Heather Bradley, freezin’ for a good cause in last year’s event. Click here for a video from 2015!

Marc delivering the check to Deb at the pantry.

Winter weather getting you down? Don’t miss the Simple Soup Suppers at St John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church in Stowe. Every Wednesday from February 25 through March 25 join them from 5:30-7PM for soup, bread and fellowship. All proceeds go to LCFS.

This year we will be offering bowls hand made by the Stowe Middle School seventh graders!

Father Rick, Patty Oden and Deb Clark display a few of the bowls.

Curves of Morrisville is holding its annual food drive. For the month of March you can sign up for free if you bring a food or cash donation.