Dover day a fun-filled community event
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To the Editor,

Thanks to everyone who helped us with Dover Day. It was a beautiful, sunny day – which usually isn’t the case! Fun was had by all. Thanks to Mariah Powers for running the Kids Craft Corner with help from Aunt Traci; Dot Clark for helping with setup; Mike Anelli and Lucy Imperatore did a killer job in the kitchen – from making salads with veggies from the school garden to cleaning up the mess! Gary Caruthers was the BBQ King once again.

All the vendors that came to show their crafts, we’re glad you were there. Nice job organizing, Jeanette. And those in the community that brought desserts to share – what a sweet treat. Thank you to the town of Dover bringing their dump truck and brand new backhoe. Thanks, Mr. Anton, for letting us use the school grounds and thanks to Helen Staib for making sure we had everything we needed.

A big thank you to the crew at Mount Snow for the tent setup and take-down. And to those from the East Dover Fire Department, who brought up their equipment and then hung around till the end to help clean up.

Also thank you to the Dover Economic Development Committee for helping fund this fun-filled community event.

We appreciate all the help and look forward to next year.

Gina Sarlo and Traci Bartlett

Dover Day Committee

Dover
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