5:30 P.M. MIxer
Mar 06, 2024
Ottauquechee Yacht Club
Lilith Fedorko & Victoria Tuzet
Mar 13, 2024
Putnam's Vineyard Wine Seminar
Elizabeth Austin & Rebecca Waugh
Mar 20, 2024
Good Neighbor Health Clinic
"New" Member Bios
Mar 27, 2024
Ken Alton & Alan Fine
5:30 P.M. MIxer - Annual Joke Night
Apr 03, 2024
Quechee Public House
Greg Soho & Max Martell - Granite Air Center
Apr 10, 2024
@ Lebanon Airport
Seton Mcilroy
Apr 17, 2024
Woodstock High Heels Race & LGBTQ+ Weekend
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At Wassail Weekend
the winners of Woodstock Rotary Raffle were announced.
And the winners are:
Margaret Morgan
Electric bike donated by Hanover Adventure Tours and the Woodstock Rotary Club
Cheryl Beaulieu
Woodstock Inn & Resort Package donated by the Woodstock Inn
Duke Sherwood
"Quaint" Framed Phptograph donated by Focus Vermont
Deane Somerville
Webber Q1000 Portable Grill & Yeti Cooler donated by Woodstock Home & Hardware
Jordan Camp
121Home Gift Certificate donated by 121 Home of Woodstock
Joanna Nichols
Snowflake Necklace donated by Ferro Jewelers of Woodstock
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.
The Rotary Club's Annual Raffle is in full swing. This is the club's primary fundraiser of the year.
The drawing for the raffle will be held on
Wassail Weekend Dec 9 at 4PM on The Green.
Here is this years list of raffle items.
It's that time of year again where Rotarians are selling Raffle Tickets for their annual fundraiser.
Here Carol Cunningham and President Kris Lessard pose at the booth at Market on the Green
Here Ken Baldwin and Carol pose in front at the booth at Market on the Green
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