Another successful tube-a-thon
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To the Editor,

Deerfield Valley Rotary would like to extend a series of thank yous to the folks that helped make the 2014 tube-a-thon possible. It was a tremendous success for all the local school children that participated. Without the outstanding support of Kelly Pawlak, and Mount Snow, and of course all those local businesses who got the chance to demonstrate their community spirit, it just wouldn’t have been possible. Whether your child participated or not, please be so kind as to support their businesses and offer a hearty “thank you” for their support. A list of sponsors is provided below:

Anchor Seafood, Bartleby’s Books, Bennington Furniture, Berkley & Veller Greenwood Country Realtors, Bette Crawford, Brown’s Country Services, Catamount Carpeting, Cady & Dugan Law, Chapman’s Antique Barn, Cheryl Rothman, Chimney Hill Real Estate, The Coffee Barn, Cup ‘n’ Saucer, Dot’s of Wilmington, Dover Forge/OMT, Equipe Sport, First Choice Communication Services, First Trax, Fisher & Fisher Law, Flying High Foto, Folly Foods, Greene’s Service, Hermitage/Deerfield Valley Real Estate, Kenyon Realty, Charles and Judy LaFiura, Layla’s River Lodge, Marv Neuman, Matterhorn Inn, Mountain Insurance, Mountain Resort Rentals, Mount Snow Academy, Mullen Financial Services, Ned and Marci McElroy, Palmiter Real Estate, Pickwells, Pyrofax, Ratu’s Liquor & Market, Richards Group, River Valley Market, The Roadhouse, The Saloon, Lance Shader Law, Snow Mountain Market, Sticky Fingers Bakery, Swan Electric, Vermont Country Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, W&W Building Supply, Wally and Irene Godfrey, and World Class Tuning

Keep an eye out for the 2015 Tube-a-thon FUNdraiser next year!

Deerfield Valley Rotary,

Dover
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