Rallying to benefit Deerfield Valley Rescue
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WILMINGTON- The Hermitage Club and Rally to Give have partnered for the first Hermitage Road Rally on Saturday, October 7.

The rally is set to benefit Deerfield Valley Rescue as they raise money to purchase a new building to allow for continued service and growth in the Deerfield Valley area.

Rally to Give began as an idea between a father and a son to combine their love for cars with their passion for philanthropic giving. Through car rallies, fundraising events, and philanthropic initiatives, Rally to Give aims to bring fun to giving.

The Hermitage Car Rally will begin with “Cars and Coffee” at the Hermitage Clubhouse where all cars will gather for the starting grid. The flag will drop at 10 am for a cruise up to Woodstock where complimentary lunch is provided. Following lunch, the rally will continue the journey through Vermont, winding its way back to the Hermitage Club by 4:30 pm. The arrival back at the club will kick off the Columbus Day Weekend festivities, including live music, barbecue, brewery tastings, and fireworks. All cars and their drivers are welcome!

The registration fee for the rally is a $200 donation to Deerfield Valley Rescue. Complimentary breakfast and lunch are provided.

Register for the event at hermitageclub.com by September 30.
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