Woodbound

Rudy Rosalez, owner of the Woodbound Inn in Rindge, presents a $250 check to Owen Houghton, treasurer of the Jaffrey Food Pantry, taking special care to remain 6 feet apart. In light of the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Woodbound Inn has started providing “take and bake” family meals with a portion of each sale going to a local non-profit organization, including the Jaffrey Food Bank. One anonymous person even offered to match each dollar raised.

Rudy Rosalez, owner of the Woodbound Inn in Rindge, presents a $250 check to Owen Houghton, treasurer of the Jaffrey Food Pantry, taking special care to remain 6 feet apart. In light of the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Woodbound Inn has started providing “take and bake” family meals with a portion of each sale going to a local non-profit organization, including the Jaffrey Food Bank. One anonymous person even offered to match each dollar raised.