Breakfast set a new record
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To the Editor,

The Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley would like to thank everyone who joined us for our eighth annual Blueberry Festival pancake breakfast at the West Dover Fire Department. This year’s event set a new record with more than 278 community members and visitors enjoying hot cakes, fresh blueberries, and local maple syrup.

The breakfast not only supports a growing community event, it also helped us raise funds for use in local community projects and scholarships, as well as international clean water, literacy, and polio eradication projects.

We would like to give special thanks to the West Dover Fire Department for allowing us to hold the event there, Lonny Paige and the Twin Valley Elementary School for allowing us to utilize their cooking facilities, and Our Lady of Fatima Church for allowing us to use their tables and chairs.

The Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley meets weekly on Wednesdays at 8:00 at West Dover Joe’s, and would welcome visitors and prospective new members.

Bruce Mullen

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