Clambake fundraiser was a great success
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To the Editor,

The Halifax Volunteer Fire Company would like to thank all the businesses that contributed to our multi-item raffle that was held on August 5, 2017 at the former Cody farm in Halifax. We received many wonderful prizes that made our annual clambake fund raiser an huge success.

Donations and prizes were received from the following businesses. From Wilmington: Cup ‘n Saucer, Greene’s Service Center, NAPA of Wilmington, WW Building Supply and Home Center, North Star Bowl, The Vermont Bowl Company and John McLeod LTD, Dot’s Restaurant, Nido’s Service Station, and Anchor Seafood House and Grille. From Jacksonville: First Stop Convenience and Repair, Honora Winery, Jacksonville General Store, Cherry Creek Sales, and Village Beauty Shop. From Brattleboro: Sam’s Outdoor Outfitters, Auto Mall, WKVT, Code 3 Products, Sanel Auto Parts Co., Burton Car Wash, Rentals Plus, Brown and Roberts, and Faith Ford. From Halifax: Shearer Hill Bed and Breakfast, Putt’s Repair Service, Raymond E. Putnam and Sons, the Longe Family, the Malcolm Sumner farm, Owl Creek Farm, Joseph Brown Small Engine Repair, Mark Halverson, and Edee Edwards. From Readsboro: Codogni Plumbing.

Please help us show our appreciation for their generosity by supporting these businesses.

We would also like to thank all those who supported the fire department by their attendance and enthusiasm in purchasing the raffle tickets.

Lewis Sumner

Chair, Halifax Clambake


Halifax Volunteer Fire Co.
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