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ACMi News: March 18, 2022

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Volunteer energy provides the heartbeat for a number of vital social service agencies in this area, including Arlington EATS. How, then, can they continue to effectively respond to the rise of food insecurity in Arlington while volunteer ranks are diminished by COVID-19 restrictions, and food must be delivered rather than picked up? Executive Director Andi Doane provides a reassuring answer to that and other questions in this informative interview.

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1 year ago

Bob Sprague is a long time journalist who founded YourArlington.com to keep Arlington news and politics front and center for its reader. Bob's dedication to journalism has been, and continues to be, a Million Dollar Gift to Arlington. To find out more visit: YourArlington.com https://www.acmi.tv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/acmitv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/acmitv Instagram:...

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2 years ago

In its relatively short history, Food Link has become one of the most popular and effective social service agencies in this area. Its food recovery mission is being tested by the current conditions, but the organization is soldiering on gamely. Founder DeAnne DuPont and Project Manager Elise Springuel talk about...

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2 years ago

Volunteer energy provides the heartbeat for a number of vital social service agencies in this area, including Arlington EATS. How, then, can they continue to effectively respond to the rise of food insecurity in Arlington while volunteer ranks are diminished by COVID-19 restrictions, and food must be delivered rather than...

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2 years ago

There are many front lines in the battle against COVID-19, and one of the most serious (and least publicized) is the food insecurity it is causing. Project Bread is a familiar organization to many in the Boston area because of their iconic annual Walk for Hunger. Elizabeth Greenhalgh, Vice President...

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3 years ago

Join us for an exciting excursion into the world of local volunteerism! On this installment of Million Dollar Gift, we were lucky enough to sit down with the staff and co-founders of Foodlink to discuss the ins and outs of food availability. Foodlink is a non-profit organization which seeks to...

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3 years ago

In this series that shines a spotlight on the immense value we all receive from the volunteer efforts of many Arlington residents, we talk to Juli Brazile, a whirlwind of volunteerism and civic engagement who has taken on a host of different roles over almost three decades. She is currently...

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4 years ago

Meet Brucie Moulton, Arlington resident, activist and dedicated volunteer to many causes in Arlington. Her passion and long-time service to others and the town are among the many gifts she has given and continues to give, inspiring the next generation to participate in what they love. This video was created...

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5 years ago

John Ellis is a member of the Arlington Tree Committee. He discusses the tree inventory project and how the community can get involved. Million Dollar Gift is a series which celebrates and quantifies the contribution of volunteers on Arlington's committees and their contribution to the community.

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5 years ago

Kelsey Cowen is a member of the Arlington Open Space Committee. She discusses the Take a Walk Arlington project. Million Dollar Gift is a series which celebrates and quantifies the contribution of volunteers on Arlington's committees and their impact on the community.

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5 years ago

John Pickle is a member of the Arlington Open Space Committee. He explains the Picture Post project, where citizens can take pictures at designated locations in town. Million Dollar Gift is a series which celebrates and quantifies the contribution of volunteers on Arlington's committees and their impact on the community.

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