(left) Rotarians prepare for evening dinner
(right) Little future Rotarian helps out

The club wants to thank its many supporters as we recently held our annual Cash Draw fundraising event. Even the mid-October snow could not deter our friends from coming out for an evening that included a social period, dinner, and dancing to the Common Crossing band. An addition to this year’s festivities was the presenting of a Paul Harris Fellowship to local Rotarian Josefina Lopez-Aragon (see separate article). It’s likely that the photo-set can describe the evening better than this writer. Enjoy.

(left) Decorations are prepared
(right) All is ready to draw winning numbers

(left) Fort Fairfield High School National Honor Society members volunteer at the 50/50 table  
(right) National Honor Society (NHS) member Hannah Holbrook 
 accepts 50/50 proceeds ($200+) from Rotarian Kerri Watson-Blaisdell that will be used to support the NHS-sponsored Fall Fun Day

(left) Decorations in place and ready
(right) One last check by Rotarian Kerri and Rotary friend Becky

(left) Looking like all is ready for a fun evening   
(right) The Common Crossing Band instruments and amps are ready

(left) Rotarians Rachel Rice and Joy Barrasi-Saucier from the Presque Isle Rotary Club are ready at the Purple Pinkie table. Funds raised will support the End Polio Campaign     
(right) Looks like Rotarian Gary Sirois is getting his pinkie finger "purpled" to
support Rotary's End Polio Now campaign

Dancing the night away


(left) Friends enjoy the evening. Actually this is Pat and her Mom       
(right) More friends arriving to enjoy the evening






(right) Rotary District 7810, Area 1, Assistant District Governor Floyd Rockholt chats with a friend






(right) "Turn out the lights, the patry's over, they say that all good things must end..."