The Friends of the Norwich Public Library would like to thank everyone who came out for our inaugural Winter Comfort Soup Lunch at the Grange on Saturday. Because of your generosity, we were able to raise over $500 for the Library! And special thanks to all the soup-makers, bread and cookie bakers, soup-ladelers, poster-designers, dishwashers and general organizers. We couldn't have done it without you! We are also grateful to Terry Boone, who enhanced the occasion by coming to read from his new novel and to sign copies. And of course, our gratitude also extends to the members of the Grange for letting us use their space. We were also happy to have been able to pass along bounty to others: after the event we took lots of bread, soup, cookies, cider and butter to the Haven. Susan White for the Friends of the Norwich Public Library --------------------------- You received this message as a subscriber on the firstname.lastname@example.org discussion list. When replying to a posting, if you receive the list digest, use the "Reply to sender" or "Reply to list" links at the end of the individual message. If you receive each posting as a separate email, use your mail program's Reply or Reply-To-All function, as appropriate. Please edit your reply to include only the relevant portions of the original posting, not the entire email. All Upper Valley-wide posts should be sent ONLY to email@example.com. Anyone can subscribe to this group by sending a blank message to firstname.lastname@example.org. To be removed from this list, send a blank message to email@example.com. For the list homepage with posting guidelines and instructions for changing your subscription options, visit http://lists.valley.net/lists/info/norwich. The archives with all previous messages posted to this list can be found at http://lists.valley.net/lists/arc/norwich. This discussion list is provided at no cost by Vital Communities, a regional nonprofit organization based in White River Junction, Vermont, working to engage citizens, organizations, and communities in creating solutions to our region's challenges. To learn more, go to www.vitalcommunities.org.