Food Drive & Dr. Stu

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I know I have mentioned my love of ‘Dr Stu’ in the past and I will mention it again.  Dr Stuart Weitzman is a chiropractor in Bedford Hills who CARES about every pain you feel and every crooked bone in your body.  He has helped me with a terrible back, relieved my son of horrible pain in his neck, treats my husband for various aches and groans and does it all with a big heart and a welcome smile.  As always around the Holidays he runs a food drive for the Community Center of Northern Westchester.  Obviously you could drop supplies at the Center itself, or you can go in, get a tune up, reduce the stress you are inevitably holding in your body due to the Holidays and feel better about yourself in so many different ways!

Here’s the message he sent earlier…

“It’s Food Drive time again.   Our Food Drive will run through 12/28 so we can deliver it when resources are low from the holidays.   HARVEST  for the  HOLIDAY NOV. 1st – DEC. 28th,  2011.  In Support of: Community Center of Northern Westchester.  Where: Bedford Hills Family Chiropractic, 85 Adams Street, Bedford Hills, NY  10507, 914-242-8810.

Please join the office of Dr. Stuart Weitzman this holiday season by helping our Westchester area food pantries, soup kitchens, and neighbors in need.  You can assist by donating non-perishable food products.  We will be collecting these items at our office over the next two months.  These items will then be distributed throughout Northern Westchester to the families in need.  Your donations will provide hundreds of families with a memorable and joyful holiday.  Most needed food items:  Canned: Fruit, Vegetables, Tuna, Soup, Beef Stew, Chili, Spaghetti sauce, Beans, canned Meat   Other: Peanut butter, Jelly, Juice, Coffee, Tea bags, Flour, Cereal (hot or cold), Rice, Pasta, Condiments, boxed Snacks, Baby food, Diapers, any non-perishable items.

As always, our office would like to thank you in advance for your continued support in helping our neighboring friends.”  — Dr Stuart Weitzman, Ida and Diane,