Poultney High School, classes of 2013 and 2016, would like to thank parents, friends and area merchants for their generous donations that helped to support us in our Basket Raffle Fundraiser held Dec. 1.
It was a great success and could not have been done without the help of all of you. Again, thank you so much.
(Sponsors: TAPS Tavern, Fair Haven Inn, Everyday Flowers, Shaws Supermarket, Trolley Stop, Priscillaís Sweet Shop, Porch of Locks Salon, Discount Food of Poultney, TOTís Diner, Riverside Motors, York Street Auto, Slate Valley Market, Depot Street Video, Peopleís Choice, Poultney Auto Supply, Stitchy Women, Hermit Hill Books, R & D Automotive, Stewarts Shop, Original Vermont Store, Martís Sporting Goods, Perryís Eatery, Rescue Squad Thrift Shop, Danís Small Engine Repair, Price Chopper, Williams Hardware, Blu-Bin Inc.)
If there was anyone we missed, please know that we thank you and appreciate all of your support.
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