Central Café Freely Shares Before Closing Shop

Central Cafe owners Rome Balmes, left, and Robert Larabee stand by empty containers on Thursday outside their downtown location in St. Johnsbury. Their decision to temporarily close prompted them to put remaining perishable items on the street for pedestrians to take for free. Everything was quickly snapped up quickly, they said. They hope to reopen in April. (Photo by Stephen Garfield)

Editor’s Note: The following anecdotes highlight some of the many acts of kindness people are seeing in the community during the coronavirus pandemic. If you have witnessed these acts (small or large), we’d really like to know about them. In a line or two, please tell us what you’re seeing and email us at kindness@caledonian-record.com. We’ll compile the lists and remind readers that, even in times of crisis, wonderful things are happening all around us.

Central Cafe decided on Thursday to temporarily close until at least April 15, joining the long list of businesses similarly affected by coronavirus.

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