Sharon Miller-Dombrowski
Jul 17, 2024
Creative Solutions for Nonprofits
Naomi Johnson
Jul 24, 2024
Chiropractic & Wellness Studio
John Ferney
Jul 31, 2024
Headrest Recovery Program
Richard Enderline
Aug 07, 2024
Healthy Employees - Healthy Business
Annual Boynton Barbecue
Aug 14, 2024
Silver Lake State Park
Club Assembly
Aug 21, 2024
New Member Biographies
Ric Cengeri & Shari Borzekowski
Aug 28, 2024
HomeShare Vermont
Bernardo Coelho - Multi-Service GM
Sep 04, 2024
Mt Ascutney Hospital & Health Center
Club Mixer & Mini Golf Tournament
Sep 11, 2024
Quechee Pizza Chef
Jim Rumrill - Ludlow Rotary Club
Sep 25, 2024
Rotary Student Exchange Program
Home Page Stories
This year's raffle includes:
Electric Bike
Value $1,699. Aventon Level 2 Step-Through Commuter Ebike.
Donated by Woodstock Wheels and Woodstock Rotary Club.
Woodstock Inn & Resort Package
Value $1,500. 2-night midweek stay with breakfast, choice of a round of golf or a day of skiing at Saskedena 6.
Donated by the Woodstock Inn and Resort.
"Sunflower Burst" Framed Photograph
Value $650. 18" x 18" print matted with museum-quality glass and framed in a 24" x 32" barnwood frame.
Donated by Focus—a Vermont Gallery, Woodstock VT.
$500 Cash
Donated by Woodstock Rotary Club
14k Gold Earrings
Value $390. Custom made Maple Leaf earrings by NT Ferro.
Donated by NT Ferro Jewelers, Woodstock, VT.
Look for the Woodstock Rotary tent on The Market on the Green, A Taste of Woodstock and at the Apples & Crafts Festivals to buy your tickets.
Tickets are $5/ea or 5 for $20 and all proceeds go to the Non-profits in the Woodstock Community.
When our Rotary Club undertook this fundraising effort, we suspected that many people felt as we do about the history and future of the Star atop Mt. Tom.
However, we did not in our wildest dreams imagine that the outpouring of support would be so huge.
Well, here we are in 2024 and the Woodstock Rotary Club’s fundraising efforts to “Save the Mt. Tom Star”, which was lunched on November 5, has received extraordinary support, far surpassing our goal of $120,000. 
The actual work to take apart and haul away the old structure and get the steel and other materials to the top of Mt. Tom for the actual rebuild to begin will take place in late spring once the trail has firmed up.
Our Club plans to hold a ceremonial “relighting” of the Star, probably on the Green, when all of the work is completed. 
The plaque with all of our tiered $500 and over donors will also be revealed and placed on Mt. Tom at the base of the new Star. 
We will advertise that date when it is determined. 
Once of the rebuild and re-electrification is done, and the plaque in place, any surplus fundraising monies will be applied to its future maintenance. 
We thank each and every donor for their generous support of this project which advertises to all who visit or live here just how much of a “community” we are whether our hearts are near or afar.
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