Chili or Chowder Event

Just a reminder, tickets for our 1st Chili & Chowder event are all PRESOLD, so if you're thinking of waiting till the event, it'll be too late! $12 for either a fish chowder or chili to go. Who wants tickets? For tickets, contact President Elect Beth Abbott at 207-461-2334. All proceeds go to help fund our 7-$1,000 scholarships to OHCHS graduates! Thank you for your support!
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Jan Vocation Service Month

In honor of January being Vocational Service month, the Oxford Hills Rotary Club has invited guest speakers to come to our meetings and share their vocation with the members.  Each speaker is thanked and presented a framed certificate of appreciation.  Recently, Newly Retired Norway Fire Chief Dennis Yates shared his vocation and said he has worked for the Norway FD for 48 years, serving as chief for the last 13 years.  Dennis said he had used the Rotary 4 Way Test, but never knew where it had come from!
MSAD 17 Interim Superintendent Heather Manchester spoke about her extensive education background, both as a teacher and an administrator.  We’re hoping ‘interim’ gets dropped soon and she is hired as our full time Superintendent.  
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New member, Leanna Bowie

The Oxford Hills Rotary Club is pleased to welcome its newest member, Leanna Bowie. Leanna’s classification will be Insurance-Marketing as she is employed at WJ Wheeler Insurance in South Paris where she is the Marketing Manager. Congratulations and welcome to OH Rotary Leanna! Shown here receiving her pin, info and Rotary mug presented by President George Rice and sponsor, Curtis Cole.
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Joe Galletta named Paul Harris Fellow

The Oxford Hills Rotary Club recently presented Joe Galletta, who is celebrating 10 years as Owner of Ripley & Fletcher Ford, with a Paul Harris Fellow Award.  A Paul Harris Fellow is an award with a $1,000 donation being made to The Rotary Foundation, the charitable arm of Rotary, and is named after the founding Rotarian, Paul Harris, in 1905, to someone who exemplifies Rotary’s motto “Service Above Self”.   The award was made due to Joe’s interest and dedication to the Rotary Club by providing time for employees like Glenn Huntley and Connor Burnam to participate in club activities.  He has, over the years supported OH Rotary Club’s fundraisers by purchasing tickets for Lobsters, buying cheese wheels, and especially donating used vehicles for the Annual Auction/Yard Sale.  Joe truly epitomizes the Rotary Motto “Service Above Self”.  Shown L to R: Glenn Huntley, member sponsor, Joe Galletta, newest PHF, and President George Rice.   Congratulations Joe!
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2022 Pints for Polio

Please plan to join us Thursday, 10/27/22 at Honey Badger in Oxford. Pints for Polio=$1.00 per adult beverage will be donated towards Rotary's "End Polio Now" Campaign. Please come and invite all your friends! Special thanks to Honey Badger for hosting and their willingness to do this donation!
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2022 Rotary Cheese Wheels

It's time for our annual Rotary Cheese Wheel sale. Each wheel is 2 lbs of Cabot Sharp Cheese made in Cabot, Vt.   Price is $20 per wheel and can be purchased from your favorite OH Rotarian.  All proceeds go to support our Dictionary, May Day Play Day and Scholarship projects. Thanks for your support!
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OH Rotary Spotlight Podcast

A special THANK YOU to Community Concepts and John Williams from Williams Broadcasting for their help hosting and recording this podcast.  You can click on the link and it will take you (hopefully!) to Community....What a Concept" site.  Then scroll down until you find the podcast titled "Rotary Club of Oxford Hills Spotlight"  You can also find the direct link on any podcast platform (Apple, Google, Spotify, etc)  Hope you enjoy it and learn a bit about Oxford Hills Rotary! (recorded 8.17.22)
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Leadership Update

February is World Understanding and Peace Month: Our commitment to peacebuilding today answers new challenges: how we can make the greatest possible impact and how we can achieve our vision of lasting change.  We are approaching the concept of peace with greater cohesion and inclusivity, broadening the scope of what we mean by peacebuilding, and finding more ways for people to get involved.
Leadership Update Patty Rice 2022-09-11 04:00:00Z 0

2022 Rotary Cornhole Tournament

To sign-up please contact Dave Preble via email at or text 207-890-6794.  A HUGE THANK YOU to all our sponsors!  See you at the Oxford Fair and let's play some Cornhole!!
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Cornhole Tourney at Oxford Fair

Join us for a Rotary Cornhole Tournament to be held at the Oxford County Fair, 67 Pottle Road, Oxford, ME on Saturday, Sept. 17th, noon to 4:00.  *registration starts at 11 am *Doubles only* Advanced Teams  $30 entry fee* Social Teams $20 entry fee * Double elimination * ACA Rules of Play * Using Scoreholio app * Air Mail Contest * Over $1400 in prizes * All proceeds to benefit Senior Citizen and Veteran Programs * FMI  contact Dave Preble at 207-890-6794. 
THANK YOU to our sponsors: Edward Jones, Ameriprise Financial, Ripley & Fletcher Ford, Hannaford of Oxford, Austin Associates, Norway Savings Bank, Oxford Casino, Record Lumber, Oxford NAPA, Reid's Service Center, Norway Brewing Co., 290 Main Street, The Lake Store, Twin Town Homes, WOXO Radio.
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2021 Rotarian of the Year

The 2021-2022 Rotarian of the Year Recipient has been a past president, long time board member, and an active member with many of our club’s activities and community service projects. 
He is an active member of our club’s Scholarship Selection Committee and Membership Committee. He always responds and participates in all of our club’s community service activities - whether it’s to help set up and/or take down our club’s tents, preparing and serving food at the OHCHS Senior Class Picnic Day, working at our annual Auction/Yard Sale Day, and helping prep and serve with our club’s annual Lobster Drive-Thru Dinner.  
This member’s biggest role with our club’s community service projects is with the SAD 17 Grade 3 Dictionaries Project. As chair of this project, he orders dictionaries, arranges distribution and assists with dictionaries presentations, to all 3rd Graders at MSAD 17’s eight elementary schools. 
His biggest role and service with our club is that of “Club Communicator”. He has served tirelessly as our club secretary for many years. He also designs and sends out our club’s weekly Rotary Reader, taking notes at our weekly club meetings and monthly board meetings, ordering pins, mugs, certificates, and special recognition plaques for club members and community members. He also acts as our agent when filing annual reports with District 7780 and Rotary International. 
The 2021-2022 Rotarian of the Year of the Oxford Hills Rotary Club is John Griffith!!  CONGRATULATIONS! (top photo 2019 ROY Peter Kaurup, John Griffith, and 2020 ROY Dan Hart; middle pic, John with his wife, Shelley; bottom pic John with his special cake)
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2022 Annual Yard Sale

Oxford Hills Rotary Club is holding a Yard Sale on Saturday, July 9, 2022 from 8am to 2pm at Oxford Hills
Comprehensive High School, South Paris, in the bus loop. No auction this year, but there should be
some good bargains at the Yard Sale. If you’d like to bring your own table and join us, for no charge,
please do! We will have a “Fill-A-Bag Sale” for $5.00 from 1-2. BYOB (bring your own BAG). Proceeds
will benefit the many projects OH Rotary supports. FMI contact Paul Thornfeldt, 207-592-4663.
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Retiring Principal Ted Moccia PHF

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills was joined at their breakfast meeting recently to recognize the top 5% of the 2022 graduates of Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School.  Their future plans and aspirations are extremely admirable! The Club then honored Retiring Principal Ted Moccia with a Paul Harris Fellow Award to thank him for his interest, dedication and support of their Rotary Club over the years, as well as to the entire Oxford Hills community!  A Paul Harris Fellow is an award with a $1,000 donation being made to The Rotary Foundation, the charitable arm of Rotary, and is named after the founding Rotarian, Paul Harris, in 1905, to someone who exemplifies Rotary’s motto “Service Above Self”.  Congratulations Ted and best wishes on your retirement!
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May Day Play Day 2022

May Day Play Day is back on for 2022! Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 9-12 noon at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School! FREE fun activities for the kids! Please help us spread the word!
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Propose a New member today!

Remember our Membership Challenge!  The board has challenged each member to propose a new member during this Rotary year.  Have you proposed your member yet?? Someone invited you, now it's your turn to share Rotary!  Each one, bring one!
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2022 Lobsters for Scholars Raffle

It's time again for our Annual Lobsters for Scholars raffle. Tickets are on sale now for $40 with only 75 sold! Winner Winner, Lobster Dinner! Who wants tickets? Message us here, contact George Rice at 207.890.3122 or contact your favorite OH Rotarian! All proceeds benefit our Scholarship Fund. Thank you for your support!!
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January is Vocational Service Month

Commencing Saturday, January 1st, Rotary International promotes Vocational Service Month. 
In addition to our January 2022 Club Meetings' Programs and Members' Vocation & Career Bios Booklets, Heidi Ortiz, Ed Millett and I also wish to share with you the following Vocational Service Month promotional information: 
The Object of Rotary is a philosophical statement of Rotary’s purpose and the responsibilities of Rotarians. The concept of vocational service is rooted in the Second Object, which calls on Rotarians to “encourage and foster”:
These objectives are:
     * To encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professions, to recognize the worthiness of all useful occupations, to dignify the Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society.
     * To apply the ideal of service in personal, business and community life.
     * To advance international understanding and goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of businessmen and professional men and women united in the ideal of service.
Paul Harris wrote: "Each Rotarian is a connecting link between the idealism of Rotary and their trade or profession".
Vocational Service is the way Rotary fosters and supports the application of the Ideal of Service to the pursuit of all vocations. It is the shared responsibility of both the Rotary Club and its members. The role of the Club is to implement and encourage the objectives by its own actions in dealing with the community and by the development of projects that enable members to use their vocational talents in the service of the community.  The role of members is to conduct themselves and their businesses in accordance with Rotary principles, and support the Vocational Service projects that the club has developed.
During January, Rotarians are encouraged to focus on this important avenue of Rotary service.  Discussions on vocational service can lead to projects that not only develop the ethical consciousness and vocational skills of Rotarians but also the talents within their communities.  Vocational Service Month is an opportunity to begin year-long vocational service activities, ranging from Rotary discussions to awards to community projects.
Here's our club's Third Annual Vocational Service Month's Community Speakers Series schedule (may be subject to change): 
Wed. January 5th: 
1) Monica LaVerdiere, owner of Bear Foot Realty (Dave Preble)   
2) Jim McCarthy, Assistant Manager at Lee Auto Credit Express (Alice Paul) 
Wed. January 12th - OHCHS Students of the Month Program 
Wed. January 19th - (our evening club meeting) Perry Palmer, Manager, Town & Country Mobile Home Community (Alice Paul)  
Wed. January 26th
1) Michael Dailey, Paris Police Chief & Military Veteran (Patty Rice & Liz Knox )
2) Open 
Wed.  February 2nd  Open** 
** Should we need this date for speaker's availability or due to a January club meeting weather related postponement.
Yours in Rotary,
Dan Hart, Vocational Service Director
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Thank you for supporting Polio Eradication

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills would like to say ‘thank you’ to 290 Maine Street Bar & Grill in Norway for hosting their 1st Annual Pints for Polio fundraiser.  290 agreed to donate $1 for every ‘pint’ sold at the event, which was held on 10/24/21, World Polio Day.  Yes, Polio has been eradicated in the US, but it is still out there in 3rd world countries and only a plane ride away! 
When Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative in 1988, there were 350,000 cases of polio in 125 countries every year. We’ve made great progress against the disease since then. Today, polio cases have been reduced by 99.9 percent, and just two countries continue to report cases of wild poliovirus: Afghanistan and Pakistan. And we remain committed to the end.  The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has pledged to match that 2-to-1, for a total yearly contribution of $150 million.
Rotary members would also like to thank the entire OH Community, both those who participated in the Pints for Polio event as well as those who made donations at their recent Polio Road Toll held on 10/17/21.  Between the 2 Polio events and with the Gates 2-to-1 match, over $7,000 will go towards the eradication efforts.  Thank you 290 and the entire Oxford Hills!
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2021 Cheese Wheel Sale

It's time once again for our Annual Cabot Cheese Wheel sales fundraiser. Same price at $18 per 2 pound wheel, gets you a nice Cabor Sharp Cheese wheel, wrapped in wax delivered in a nice gift box. We only have 600 to sell, so get your orders in early! Cheese will be available mid-November in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Proceeds help support our Dictionary and Scholarship programs. FMI contact Paul Thornfeldt @ 207-592-4663 or Patty Rice @207-890-2332. Thank you!
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1st Annual Pints for Polio

Please join us for our 1st Annual "Pints for Polio" on Sunday, 10/24/21 from 2-6 pm at 290 Maine Street, Norway, ME.  Door prizes, 50-50 raffle, Patriot's Football and fun!
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Pints for Polio

World Polio Day is October 24, 2021.  In recognition of this day, all District 7780 Clubs are encouraged to participate in "Pints for Polio" to raise awareness in our communities about Rotary's efforts to eradicate polio worldwide, while having a fun social event for the club and community, and raising funds for PolioPlus.  Join us for our "Pints for Polio" FUNraiser, to help eradicate Polio, 1 pint at a time!  FMI, contact Co-President Peter Kaurup.
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Rotary Supports Local Food Pantries

Our club members (L) Patty Rice and (R) Beth Abbott  shown making donations to 2 of the local food pantries, top is Daddy O's, bottom is Oxford Helping Hands.  Donations were also made to the West Paris, East Otisfield and Norway Universalist Church food pantries.
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35th Annual Lobster Fest

Tickets on sale now! 35th Annual Lobster Fest, curbside drive-thru again this year! Must have tickets in advance. $25 pp. Contact Co-Prez Peter Kaurup @ 207.739.1148, or contact your fav OH Rotarian! Sat 8/21/21 4-6pm, who wants tickets?!!  TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED, THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PURCHASED THEM!
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Portland Sea Dogs Game

Club members enjoyed some fellowship at the Portland Sea Dogs game on Saturday, 7/24.  It was the official "Red Snappers Night" game in honor of Maine's red hot dogs!  Governor Dick also joined us.  Where's Dick?!  Can you find him in the photos?!
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Yard Sale-2 Cars for Sale

Many thanks to Bessey Motor Sales for donating this 2010 Hyundai Elantra SE to our Club. We will be selling it instead of auctioning it this year, price reduced, asking $5,500. It is loaded: AC, keyless entry, power windows & door locks, cruise control, AM/FM & CD, tilt steering wheel, and more, 116,552 miles. FMI  contact Paul Thornfeldt 207-592-4663. Shown left to right: Co Rotary President Peter Kaurup, Rotarian Ron Morse, Bessey Motors salesman, Travis Bennett and Co Rotary President Chris Summers. Thank you Bessey Motor Sales!!  This one has been SOLD!!
We also have a 2008 Ford Focus donated by Ripley & Fletcher Ford.  Priced reduced-asking $4,750. It is a 4 cylinder 4 door sedan, silver in color, AC, cloth seats, AM/FM & CD, front wheel drive, and more, 100,481 miles. FMI contact Paul Thornfeldt at 207-592-4663! Thank you Ripley & Fletcher Ford!!  This one has been SOLD!!
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2021 Yard Sale

In lieu of our Annual Auction, and because of the pandemic, we will be holding a Yard Sale/Flea Market instead.  Saturday, July 10th, 8-2 at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School at the bus loop under the tent.  We'll have lots of items and possibly 2 cars to sell as well.  Come join us for some 'wicked good deals'!!
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2020 Rotarian of the Year-Dan Hart

Congratulations to our 2020 Rotarian of the Year, Dan Hart!  Presented by our 2019 Rotarian of the Year, Peter Kaurup: 
As I pondered drafting the script for this year’s Rotarian of the Year for 2020, a certain Jimmy Buffett song came to mind.  Its title is “Quietly Making Noise” and this year’s recipient definitely deserves being considered as an example of the songwriter’s intent.  It takes a special person who never seeks personal recognition but instead does their job quietly while getting others involved and making them believe that it was their idea in the first place.
There’s never been a year like 2020 and I know that we can all agree that we never want to see anything like it again during our lifetime.  But as we transitioned from the normalcy of our Rotary year beginning in July of 2019 and into the ever increasing challenges of 2020, certain individuals in our club stepped way up to assume the associated additional responsibilities.  Luckily, this year’s recipient had just retired from a career that provided him with years of opportunities to make a difference in other people’s lives and this retirement allowed him to give more of his personal time to Rotary.  Several of our members noted that “he has really stepped up since his retirement” and assumed even more responsibility in our club’s activities.  I believe that at this point everyone here knows that I’m talking about recently retired school administrator, Dan Hart.
Dan has worked tirelessly as our Membership Committee Chair.  In addition to keeping the committee focused and relevant he has also “rekindled the spirit of growth” in many of our members.  His efforts have helped to bring in several new members as a result and his desire to offer an alternative time and venue at a local restaurant provided us with a much needed change of direction in our meeting schedule. 
As Vocational Services Director, Dan has brought new life to our annual Vocational Services Month with new and interesting local business persons who have shared their career paths with us.  Dan then recognized them for their contributions via the local media outlets.
As Club Protection Officer, Dan has really made our required annual training fun and informative while discussing topics that can be otherwise be boring at times.
When Covid 19 dramatically impacted our food distribution programs at local food banks and school systems, Dan jumped right into assisting the Bridgton Lake Region Rotary Club at the Harrison Food Pantry as a food packer and delivery driver.  His service to this cause continued on for months at his own personal financial expense and during some very interesting inclement weather.
Due to his background within our local school district, Dan continues to be one of our strongest assets on the Scholarship Committee, promoting scholarships within the schools, organizing the selection process and professionally making the award presentations.  This is a man that knows hundreds of students and teachers on a first name basis and their scholastic backgrounds.  That’s impressive! 
Dan also volunteered with Ready Maine to assist at a local Covid 19 Vaccination operation.
He continues to be an integral member of our Board of Directors, bringing to the table many suggestions that can and will make our club more vibrant and relevant to our internal members and our external community.
So, in reflecting on Dan as this year’s Rotarian of the Year, I remember a quote from some previous leadership training – “A leader, aka Rotarian of the Year, is best when people barely know he exists;  when his work is done, his aim fulfilled;  they will say, we did it ourselves!”
So thank you Dan!  Well done!
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Rotary's Action Plan

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Rotary's Action Plan Patty Rice 2021-06-08 04:00:00Z 0
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Cancer Resource Center donations

OH Rotarian Becky Kaurup presented hand knitted infant and adult hats and scarves to Cancer Resource Center's Executive Director Diane Madden earlier today.  They were really appreciated!

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Vocational Speakers

 Jan. 13, 2021 Vocational Service Speakers Program photo of Paul Bickford & John Williams -
The Oxford Hills Rotary Club and Rotary International are promoting Vocational Service and Vocational Service Month every January. At our club’s Wednesday January 13, 2021 Zoom meeting, OHCHS Technical School Director Paul Bickford and Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce Executive Director John Williams spoke and presented their respective Vocational Service roles and experiences.
Recently, Rotary club members Tally Decato (club membership co-chair) & scholarship committee rep), John Griffith (club secretary)and Dan Hart (vocational service director) met with and presented Recognition of Excellence of Vocational Service Contributions to Paul Bickford and John Williams.
Left to Right: Dan Hart, Rotary Vocational Service Chair, Paul Bickford, OHCHS Tech School Director, Tally Decato, Rotary Club Membership Co-Chair, John Williams, OH Chamber of Commerce Executive Director and John Griffith, Rotary Club Secretary.
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Vocational Service month speakers

Jan. 27, 2021 Vocational Service Speakers Club Program and Recognition photo of Norway Police Chief Robert Federico & Norway Fire Chief Dennis Yates -

Rotary International annually promotes January as Vocational Service Month. Recently, the Oxford Hills Rotary Club recognized club speakers and honorees Norway Fire Chief Dennis Yates and Norway Police Chief Robert Federico for their quantity and quality of contributions and service, for both the Town of Norway and the greater Oxford Hills area.
Left to Right: Dan Hart, Oxford Hills Rotary Vocational Service Director, Norway Police Chief Robert Federico, Abbie Earle, Oxford Hills Rotary Scholarship & Club Membership rep, Norway Fire Chief Dennis Yates, and Peter Kaurup, Oxford Hills Rotary Club Co-President Elect.

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Secret Santa Zoom Meeting

Our Club members had some fun for Christmas with a Secret Santa Zoom meeting.  Members were randomly assigned a member's name, a $10 limit was set, and 1 gift was to be mailed or delivered without getting caught!  The gift had to be unopened until the scheduled Zoom meeting.  A lot of fun was had by all!  Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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New members join our Club

We recently welcomed 2 new members to our Club.  Shown here L to R: George Rice sponsor of Mike Morin of Mike Morin Property Management, OH President Lynne Schott, Ed Millett salesman at Ripley & Fletcher Ford with sponsor Glenn Huntley.  Welcome!
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Rotary donates PPE Masks

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills has donated PPE face-masks to area schools as well as the First Congregational Church of South Paris and Western Foothills Land Trust.  Rotary’s Million Mask Challenger Tour consists of one million PPE face-masks, donated by the Rossi Family Foundation, that have been distributed to the Rotary Clubs throughout New England in 6 states. More than 100,000 masks were donated to first responders, essential workers, schools and community organizations throughout southern and western Maine and Coastal New Hampshire by the 41 Rotary Clubs of District 7780.  Local Rotary Clubs include Oxford Hills, Bridgton-Lakes Region, Fryeburg Area, Bethel and River Valley Club.  1st photo: Linda Smith from 1st Congo Church of SP and OH Rotary Club President Lynne Schott.  2nd photo: Lee Dassler of WFLT and Rotarian Becky Kaurup.  Contact us FMI or find us on FB.
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2 New members inducted

Posted on Nov 06, 2020
The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills recently inducted 2 new members to our club, Warren Spencer and Alice Paul.  Warren was a former Rotarian and Past President of the South Berwick-Eliot Rotary Club.  Alice is a brand new member to Rotary.  Both are looking forward to serving the Oxford Hills Community and beyond.  
Shown L to R: President Lynne Schott, Sponsor Ron Morse, New member Warren Spencer, New Member Alice Paul with sponsor Tina Fox, as they are getting their Rotary pins and materials.  Welcome Warren and Alice!
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Zoom meetings resume

Posted on Nov 02, 2020
At our Club board meeting tonight,  it was announced that we have to go back to Zoom meetings for the month of November, beginning with this week's meeting Wed, 11/4/20. This is at the request of the church and is due to the dramatic increase in recent COVID cases in Maine.
The church will re-evaluate the situation at the end of the month and make a determination as to whether we can go back to meeting in person in December or will have to continue with Zoom.
Please help spread the word to fellow Rotarians.  See you on Zoom!
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2020 Cheese Wheels

It's time for our annual Rotary Cheese Wheel Sales! The wheels are 2 pounds of Cabot Sharp Cheese and are $18.00 each. They come in a decorative box and make GREAT gifts! Order deadline is 11/18/20 for delivery before Thanksgiving. Or if you want them for Christmas, still order by 11/18/20 and we can store them for you. We also can ship the wheels, and will add the postage cost to your order. FMI contact Patty Rice 207-890-2332 or Paul Thornfeldt 207-592-4663. All proceeds go to help support our scholarships, May Day Play Day and 3rd grade dictionary project. Don't delay, place your order today! Thank you!
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2020 Dictionary Project

Members at a recent meeting attached labels to each of the 212 dictionaries that were donated to all 3rd graders in SAD 17.  The label has a place for the student to write their name and it also honors long-time member and educator, Mary Lou Burns who was instrumental in starting this project.  Some members joined us via Zoom!
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Dictionary Project

As we  honor our Students of the Month, we always ask if any of them still have their dictionaries we gave them back when they were in 3rd grade, and many of them still do!  We delivered dictionaries to all of the elementary schools in SAD 17.  This year, there are 211 students who will receive a dictionary. This is a project that all club members enjoy participating in by handing them out directly to the students and talking to them about Rotary and the dictionaries. One thing the kids always like to find is the longest word in the English language! A few years ago, we named the Dictionary Project in honor of Mary Lou Burns, a long time teacher and administrator in SAD 17 and a Rotarian for many years who was instrumental in starting this project. Since we started donating dictionaries back in 2004, to date we have given out 4,704! 
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Curbside Lobster Fest

We have SOLD OUT all tickets for our 2020 Curbside Lobster Fest!! Thank you so much to the Oxford Hills community for your support! If you got a ticket, we'll see you on Sat. 8/15 between 4-6 PM at OHCHS. No walk-ins this year. 🦞🦞
CURBSIDE Lobster Fest (no steak this year). Due to Covid-19 we are having to switch up our Annual Lobster Fest to drive-thru/curbside only.  Tickets must be purchased in ADVANCE.  Menu has been adapted to lobster, clams, chips, corn and butter.  No beverages, fries or watermelon this year.  Price has been reduced to $20 pp.  For tickets please contact President Elect Peter Kaurup at 207-739-1148 or Dave Preble 207-743-7836.
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Food insecurity donations

Oxford Hills Rotary Club ‘Steps Up & Supports’ greater Oxford Hills Communities food pantries and food deliveries.
The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills has started weekly ZOOM meetings to keep members in touch with each other and discuss possible options for helping those less fortunate during the COVID 19 pandemic.  Recently, the Club presented and sent out $3,109.76 in checks to five local food pantries to help with food insecurities and other needs.  $1000 to 1st Congregation Church of South Paris to their minister’s discretionary fund account for area families in need; $500 to Town of Paris for area elderly families food deliveries; $500 to Oxford Hills Food Pantry program; $500 to Harrison Food Bank for fuel for their food pantry refrigeration truck; and $609.76 (part of a $25,000 Disaster Response Fund District Grant) to Daddy O’s Acts of Kindness Foundation to support their food pantry program.
Additionally, several OH Rotarians have teamed up with the Bridgton-Lake Region Rotary Club in delivering food baskets, weekly, to those community members that are at high-risk health conditions, who are having to self-quarantine, and need food assistance. 
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Special Olympics Dance postponed

Our Ray Brown Memorial Dance for Special Olympics has been postponed due to the concerns and un-knowns of the Coronavirus pandemic and the requests to 'socially distance' ourselves and other.   We will continue to watch and listen to the CDC and others, as this continues, and keep you informed of the possible rescheduling of this event.

Thank you for your understanding and be safe!

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2019 Rotarian of the Year

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills recently held their Annual Dinner and enjoyed fellowship and meal provided by the Honey Badger of Oxford.  After dinner, the Club recognized Past Presidents in attendance, and also presented the Immediate Past President, George Rice, with a Paul Harris Fellow Award for his outstanding leadership, guidance and support of the Club.  George is one of the original Club Charter members, and served his 2nd term as President, the first back in 1989-90.   Past Rotarians of the Year were also recognized, as well as naming the 2019 Rotarian of the Year, Peter Kaurup.  Peter has only been a member of the Club for 2 years, but has been active since day one. When there is a need for someone to step up, he is one of the first to do so. He has helped with the Club’s Auction, Lobster- Steak Fest, and other activities such as the lobster for scholars, setting tents, and setting up for district events. He enjoys outdoor activities and supports our community through volunteering. The fellowship of Rotary is an important part of who he is. He has made many friends, explores his hobbies with others and volunteers regularly in our community and the Rotary district. This enhances the fellowship of our club. Congratulations to both Rotarians for their continued dedication to doing good in the world.  Peter was also presented with a Paul Harris Fellow Award. 
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Special Olympics Dance

This event has been postponed due to the concerns and un-knowns of the Coronavirus pandemic and the requests to 'socially distance' ourselves and others.   Join Kiwanis and Rotary for the Ray Brown Memorial Dance to benefit The Progress Center's Special Olympics team. It will be held at the American Legion Hall, 12 Church Street, South Paris. Tickets are $15 per person and can be purchased at the door, or call Rotary at 577-8476 or Kiwanis at 674-2962. Music by DJ Dennis Boyd of Sidecar Sounds.
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Rotary Cheese Wheels

Who wants cheese?  We are in the middle of our annual Rotary Cheese Wheel fundraiser.  Wheels are 2 pounds of Cabot Sharp Cheese wrapped in wax and comes in a decorative box.  $18 each and the order deadline is !2/10/19 for delivery in time for Christmas.  FMI contact Patty Rice 207-743-2285 or your favorite OH Rotarian!  THANK YOU!!
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2019 Rotary Cheese Wheel Sales 2019-10-23 04:00:00Z 0

3rd Wednesday-Meeting change

Something new we are trying, the 3rd Wednesday of the month we will be having an EVENING meeting instead of a morning meeting.  We will meet at Daddy O's Diner, 1570 Main Street, Oxford (next to Flagship Cinema).  Doors open at 5:00 pm, meeting starts at 5:30 and we're done by 6:30 pm.  Cost will be $11/pp and extra for 50/50 if you choose.  The next few dates are: 10/16, 11/20, (But NOT 12/18 as this will be our Christmas Chorale meeting at the Church),  FMI contact President Pat or any Board member.  
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2019 Annual Lobster & Steak Fest 2019-07-22 04:00:00Z 0

Auction items

Auction items include a variety of furniture, including bunk beds, oak dining room set with hutch & 6 chairs, sofas, Paris Manufacturing hutch, recliners, dressers, desks, chairs, lamps, end tables, futon, jewelry cabinet, etc.  Also, sporting equipment, artwork, CD's, LP's and vinyl records, luggage, mirrors, rugs, lawn spreader, entertainment centers, baskets, wicker chairs and tables, and much more!  Special thanks to Ripley & Fletcher Ford for donating a 2006 Eddie Bauer Ford Explorer, V6, Utility 4 door, 4 wheel drive, leather seats and new rocker panels!! And Special thanks to Bessey Motor Sales for donating a 2007 Saturn Ion!!  
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30th Annual Charity Auction

Join us this Saturday, 7/13/19 at OHCHS for our 30th Annual Charity Auction! 9:00 preview, 9:30 Box Lots, 10:00 Live Auction, 9-12 Ticket auction. Lots of GREAT items and for a great cause! All proceeds go to the Oxford Hills Community & beyond! Bid high, Bid often!!  FMI contact Paul Thornfeldt 207-592-4663.
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Crutches 4 Africa


The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is collecting mobility devices for Crutches 4 Africa, a non-profit organization whose mission is to collect used and surplus mobility devices, ship them to developing countries, and distribute them—free—to people with physical challenges regardless of their race, gender, tribe, age or religion.  The Rotary Club is collecting crutches, canes, walkers and wheelchairs to help support this International Project.  If you have any devices you no longer need, please contact Oxford Hills Rotary to make arrangements for drop-off or pickup, and help with this ongoing project.  Shown here, is Rotary President George Rice preparing a load of over 100 devices donated by the OH Community. Thank you Oxford Hills!   To arrange a donation, please call 207-743-2285.

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2019 Lobsters for Scholars Raffle

After 2 drawings from 75 tickets sold each,     the Winners are as follows:
Third Prize $50 gift Card to Smedbergs for Live Lobsters won by Paul Taylor of Paris and Karen Moberg of West Paris.
Second Prize $100 Gift Card to Oxford Casino for Lobster Dinner won by Doreen Brown of South Paris and Tammy Silver of Bearfoot Realty.
First Prize Lobster Dinner for 12 catered with all the fixings won by Ron Morse of Norway and Bob Schott of Norway.
Many thanks to all who supported this fundraiser to allow Our Oxford Hills Rotary Club to award scholarships again next year!!
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2018 May Day Play Day

Join us this Saturday, May 11, 2018 from 9-1 at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, 256 Main Street, South Paris for lots of fun activities! And it's FREE!!
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Norway Children's Advocacy Center

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills recently welcomed guest speaker, Kat Perry from the newly formed Children’s Advocacy Center located at 66 Paris Street, Norway.  Their mission is to provide services to children who have experienced sexual abuse.  CAC provides a venue for forensic interviews by law enforcement that were previously done in the schools, residences and other unsecure sites.  They also make team decisions about investigations, treatment, management and prosecution of child sex abuse cases.  The Norway office will also service Androscoggin and Franklin counties, as well as Oxford County.  President George Rice presented Kat with a $500 donation on behalf of the Club, to the chapter for improvements and other assets that need to be made at the Norway location.  Shown here L to R: Rotary member Patty Rice, Kat Perry, and President George Rice. 
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New Generation Conference 2019-03-22 04:00:00Z 0

2018 Rotarian of the Year

Congratulations to our 2018 Rotarian of the Year, Tally Decato!!  Tally was recently honored at our 35th Anniversary Celebration held on Feb. 2, 2019 at Oxford Casino Hotel.  Congratulations Tally!!
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1st Annual Cornhole Tournament

Want to get some exercise and help a great cause at the same time?  Plan to join us for our 1st Annual Cornhole Tourney!  Call or text Dave at 207-890-6794!  A special THANK YOU to all our sponsors: Chris'Electric, Hannaford, Androscoggin Bank, 290 Main Street, Applebees, Dunkin Donuts, Norway Savings Bank, Mallard Mart, Aroma Joes, Daddy O's, Norway Brew Pub, X-Vault, Smokin Daves BBQ, Norway Lake Store, WJ Wheelers Insurance, Flagship Cinema, Ocean Breeze Tan Salon, Dead River Co., Oxford Casino, Rising Sun Café, Yianni's Pizza!!
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Winter weather policy

Our Winter Weather Policy: Fellow Rotary members and friends, just a reminder that we will still have our regular weekly meeting even if they don't have school. The ladies from the church will not be there if there is no school. That means we'll have coffee and donuts or whatever you would like to bring (BYOB-bring your own breakfast).  Use your own judgment, and be safe!  ⛄️🏂

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35th Anniversary Celebration 2018-12-23 05:00:00Z 0

2018 Cheese Wheel Sales a Success

THANK YOU, THANK YOU!  On behalf of the entire Rotary Club of Oxford Hills, we say THANK YOU to all who ordered and/or sold Cabot Cheese Wheels again this year!  It was a record breaking year of sales! And the proceeds will be used to help fund our Dictionary Project, May Day Play Day as well as our annual scholarships!
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2018 Progress Center Special Olympics

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills presents The Progress Center Special Olympics a check in the amount of $1,500 to help fund their program.  The OH Rotary Club, together with the Norway-Paris Kiwanis Club held the Ray Brown Memorial Special Olympics Dance and had a friendly competition to see who could raise more funds, who could have more members attend, and who could have the most fun.  The Special Olympians are the true winners.  Shown from left to right: Past Rotary Club President Chris Weston, Olympians Zackary Weston, Joseph DiBenedetto, Michael Giasson, Ethel Hutchins, and Progress Center Executive Director Jennifer Putnam. 
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Passing of the gavel

Shown here from the Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is (left) outgoing President Chris Weston passing the gavel to (right)  incoming President George Rice.  The Club would like to thank Chris for an outstanding job leading the club for the 2017-18 Rotary year with the theme “Rotary: Making a Difference”.  Club members welcome President George, who first served the club as President in 1989-90, and now again for the 2018-19 Rotary year with the theme “Be the Inspiration”.  The Club meets on Wednesday mornings from 7:30-8:30 am at the First Congregation Church in South Paris.  If interested in becoming a member of our dynamic club, feel free to contact President George at 207-890-3122.  FMI , follow us on FB!
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2018 May Day Play Day

The Oxford Hills Rotary Club and the Norway-Paris Kiwanis Club  are holding their annual May Day Play Day and Bike Rodeo on Saturday, May 12 from 9-1 at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, rain or shine.  There will be a ropes course, craft/coloring station, face painting, bounce house, outside games of 4-square, hop scotch, baseball, sand art, a tumbling corner.  Lunch will be available, as well as free popcorn. Tote bags will be given away to participants, with items donated by local businesses. The Kiwanis Club will be holding their annual bike inspection station, bike safety course, with free helmets to participants.  There will be fingerprinting, car seat safety checks, fire department Smoke House, Fire trucks, an ambulance, the Tech School forestry program will have some of their equipment on display and more!  It’s a FREE & FUN day for the area children.  For more info contact Tina Fox at 207-890-1981 or contact a local Rotarian or Kiwanian. 
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2017 Rotarian of the Year, Tina Fox!!

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is pleased to announce their 2017 Rotarian of the Year, Tina Fox.  Tina was presented a plaque, flowers and a Paul Harris Fellow award at the club’s banquet held on Monday, March 26 at Maurice Restaurant.


Tina has been a member of the club for 2 years, and has done a lot in a very short period of time.  She is currently the advisor at OHCHS of the Interact Club (high school version of Rotary) and has been working with the students in various areas to promote community service within their school and the OH community.  They won 1st place in the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce 2017 Christmas parade, in the non-profit category, and were so pleased with the win. 


Tina has also been spearheading the Student of the Month program as the liaison between the school and the Club.  Each month, students and family are invited to attend breakfast with the Rotarians and be recognized for their efforts in school.


Tina is also chairing the upcoming May Day Play Day, a fun, free day for the children in our community.  She has lots of activities planned, to help make the event bigger and better than last year.  She is recruiting not only Interact students to help, but also getting many of the students from the sports team involved as well.  


Tina was nominated for the award by members of the Rotary Club, and was chosen by a committee of the Club’s last 3 year’s Rotarians of the Year.  Tina was very surprised and pleased with the recognition and was a very deserving recipient.  CONGRATULATIONS TINA!!

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Guest speaker, Adrienne Cote, owner of The Tribune 

Adrienne Cote, new owner of The Tribune (formerly Books N Things of Norway) will hold her grand re-opening today, Saturday March 3 @ 10 am.  Adrienne is really looking forward to maintaining the traditions and appeal of the independently owned bookstore.  She will continue to be ‘the hub’ for ticket sales for Oxford Hills events.  Why not stop in and see the new paint, new carpeting, new display of books and gifts, and the new setup she has worked tirelessly on, and help support the new Norway downtown business owner?!  Take a break from your screens,  and buy a book!  You’ll be glad you did!  The Tribune, 430 Main Street, Norway ME.
Guest speaker, Adrienne Cote, owner of The Tribune 2018-03-03 05:00:00Z 0

Welcome new members!

Welcome our 2 newest club members, shown here l-r with President Chris, Peter Kaurup and William Cronin!  Welcome guys!
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Newest Paul Harris Fellow-Evy Marshall

The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is pleased to announce the presentation of a Paul Harris Fellow Award recently to Evy Marshall.  Evy is the mother of Rotarians, Beth Abbott, Patty Rice, and Rotarian-in-spirit, Barbara Brunjes, as well as mother-in-law to Rotarian, George Rice.
The presentation of a Paul Harris Fellow recognition is The Rotary Foundation’s way of expressing its appreciation for a substantial contribution to its humanitarian and educational programs.  It is named for the founder, Paul Harris, a Chicago lawyer who started Rotary International with three business associates in 1905.
Rotarians often designate a Paul Harris Fellow as a tribute to a person whose life demonstrates a shared purpose with the objectives of Rotary and practices their motto—SERVICE ABOVE SELF.
Evy has practiced this motto her entire life.  She was a Brownie & Girl Scout leader for her three daughters, a member of the Mt. Hope Rebekah Lodge, is a member of the Heywood Club, whose motto is ‘neighbors helping neighbors’, she volunteered for Stephens Memorial Hospital cooking for their coffee shop, assisted with community immunizations with Dr. Harper and Dr. Hazelton, she is a volunteer for Beacon Hospice, and although she doesn’t make client visits anymore, she does design and make memory pillows, and American flag lap robes for the many Veterans in the community.  She was named Beacon Hospice Volunteer of the Year in 2013.  She recently made a patchwork quilt, in memory of her husband, John E. Marshall, a Veteran in the Air Force, and donated it to the OH Rotary Club, who sold raffle tickets, and will start a new Veteran project with the proceeds.  Evy was very overwhelmed and pleased with the surprise Paul Harris Fellow recognition.
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2017 Cabot Cheese Wheel Fundraiser


The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is now having their Annual Cabot Cheese Fundraiser.  Club members are selling two pound wheels of Cabot Sharp Cheddar Cheese in a gift box, which is perfect for holiday gift giving.  The cost of each wheel with gift box is $18.00.  All profits from the cheese wheel sales will benefit the Rotary Club’s scholarships at Oxford Hills, the Annual May Day Play Day and the Dictionary Project for all 3rd graders in SAD 17.  Deadline for orders is December 6 with delivery on December 13.  The cheese wheels can be purchased by contacting Ron Morse at 743-6944, George Campbell at 339-298-9036 or from your favorite OH Rotarian.  Visit us on FB or

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Quilt raffle winner announced

And the quilt winner is..... Susan L Brown from South Paris!! Congratulations Susan! And thank you to everyone who bought a raffle ticket. We truly appreciate your support. The proceeds will go to sponsor a new Veteran project.  Picture here: Left, Susan Brown and Patty Rice.
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Quilt Raffle for Maine Veterans

Quilt Raffle! This quilt was created and donated to the Oxford Hills Rotary Club in memory of a Korean War Air Force Veteran. It is a handmade patchwork quilt, 60" x 80" (queen size). Money raised from this quilt will support our Club's efforts to start a project benefitting our Maine Veterans. $5.00 donation per ticket, drawing to be held November 11, 2017. If interested in supporting our Veterans, please call Beth Abbott 207-461-2334 or Patty Rice 207-743-2285. Thank you for your support!
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Lobsters for Scholars Raffle

Please help support our newest club fundraiser, Lobsters for Scholars.  Tickets available from any OH Rotarian, or FMI call George Rice 207-890-3122 or email  Only 50 tickets will be sold, and they'll go fast, so get yours today and help support our scholarship fund! UPDATE: Congratulations to the winners: 1st prize goes to Sarah Glynn Little, 2nd prize to John Conde, and 3rd prize goes to Micki Fratianne!! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO BOUGHT TICKETS AND SOLD TICKETS!
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New member-Becky Kaurup

Welcome to Becky Kaurup, our newest member of the Oxford Hills Rotary Club!! Her husband, Peter, is giving her a membership pin.
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Oxford Casino helps support the Oxford Hills Rotary Club’s 31st Annual Lobster & Steak Fest by purchasing and donating 100 tickets to the local nursing homes and the Maine Veteran’s Home.  Residents are treated to a meal that includes lobster or steak, steamers, corn on the cob, French fries, watermelon and a beverage.  Some residents are able to come to the event, others are able to enjoy the feast that gets brought back to them at their facility.  A huge THANK YOU goes to Oxford Casino for their support of the Oxford Hills community.  If you’d like to buy a ticket and attend the fest, they are available at Books N Things in Norway, Park Street Press in South Paris, or from your favorite Oxford Hills Rotarian.  FMI contact George Rice, 890-3122 or Dave Preble, 743-7836.
Pictured from left to right: Rotary District 7780 Governor, Dave Underhill, OH Club President, Chris Weston, Oxford Casino VP and General Manager, Jack Sours, and Executive Administrator and Community Relations, Deedee Allen
A huge THANK YOU to OXFORD CASINO!! 2017-08-04 04:00:00Z 0

2017 Lobster & Steak Fest

Join us for a fun, festive event!  For more info or tickets, contact George Rice, 743-2285, cell 890-3122 or Dave Preble, 743-7836.
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Annual Charity Auction

The Rotary Club of the Oxford Hills is having our Annual Charity Auction on Saturday, July 15th at 9:00 am at the Bus Loop at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School at the corner of Route 26 and Fair St, South Paris, Maine. This is a rain or shine event and all items will be under cover. Food and toilet facilities will be available. Being sold are three cars: a 2013 Ford Focus donated by Ripley and Fletcher Ford of South Paris; A 2005 Dodge Stratus SXT donated by Bessey Motor Sales of South Paris; and, a 1999 Mercury Marquis (summer car) donated by Brett Farm Storage and the Hanson Family of Otisfield. We also have a 18 foot motor boat and trailer, many nice pieces and varieties of household and camp furniture, bikes, exercise equipment, BIG screen TV, sewing machines, kids items, gardening tools, gift certificates, filing cabinets, entertainment center and TV, desks, office chairs, etc. There will be a GIANT rapid box lot sale at 9:30 am. Also a Chinese style ticket auction from 9am to Noon. Chairs will be available under the BIG TENT.  All proceeds benefit the Oxford Hills Community and beyond!  Come and join us!  Bid high and bid often!
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2017 May Day Play Day 2017-05-01 04:00:00Z 0

Mission Statement

Our Mission statement: The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is a diverse group of service-oriented men and women providing hands-on and financial support within our community and beyond.  We exemplify "Service Above Self" while encouraging high ethical standards, enjoying fellowship and promoting world understanding, peace and goodwill.
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Shopping for Local food pantries

Members of our club spent a recent Saturday morning shopping and delivering food to several local food pantries.  Special thanks to Hannaford Oxford for all their help & support!
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Ray Brown Memorial Dance

Join us for this fun event, new venue, new band!  For tickets, contact your favorite Rotarian or Kiwanian. 
Ray Brown Memorial Dance 2017-03-20 04:00:00Z 0


Thank you!
The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills would like to say a huge “Thank You” to Oxford Casino for their purchase of 100 tickets to our 30th Annual Lobster & Steak Fest.  The tickets were given to the 4 local nursing homes, for their residents, so they could enjoy the Fest.  And thank you to all the vendors who helped support our event, and to the Club members and the OH Community for their attendance and support, to help make this event a success!  All funds raised will help support the many projects the Club does within the local community and beyond. 
Thank you OXFORD CASINO!! 2016-10-21 00:00:00Z 0

2016 Cheese Wheel Fundraiser

Back by popular demand, our annual Cabot Cheese Wheel Fundraiser.  Two order dates, 1 in time for Thanksgiving, 1 in time for Christmas.  How many do you want?  Contact Ron, 743-6944, Paul, 744-9383 or your favorite Rotarian FMI.
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2016 Rotary Auction

Come to our Annual Charity Auction and bid on this car!  Generously donated by Bessey Motor Sales of South Paris, it's a 4-door 2000 Dodge Intrepid, auto transmission, air conditioning, cloth seats, power windows, locks, cruise control.  Auction starts 10:00 am at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, 256 Main Street,  South Paris.  Bid high, bid often!! 
Lots of items in the live auction, sofas, chairs, tables, exercise equipment, and so much more!  We also have over $2,200 worth of gift certificates and services to bid on.  Our ticket auction, starts at 9:00 with draws at 12 noon, and has over 30 items valued at $800+.  Come join us, under the tents, all proceeds support our many causes locally and internationally!  FMI call Paul @ 592-4663.
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2016 Rotary-Kiwanis Weekend

We are looking for good, clean items for our auction.  For more info, or to schedule a pickup, please contact Curtis Cole @ 461-3380 or Chris Summers @ 577-8476.
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May Day Play Day 2016 2016-05-11 00:00:00Z 0
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St. Patrick's Day Luncheon 2016-03-11 00:00:00Z 0

2015 Cheese Wheels

It's that time again to place your order for our annual fundraiser selling 2 lb Cabot Sharp Cheddar Cheese Wheels.  Each wheel is $18.00 and will be ready for delivery on December 2nd.  For more info or to place an order, please contact Paul Thornfeldt 207-744-9383 or Ron Morse 207-743-6944.
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2015 Scratch Ticket Raffle

Posted by Patty Rice on Nov 01, 2015
It is time once again for our annual Lottery Ticket Raffle fund raiser. Club members will be selling raffle tickets for a chance to win $340 worth of Maine Lottery Scratch Tickets. The possibilities are endless!  The lucky winners will be drawn at our regular morning meeting on Wednesday, November 25th, the day before Thanksgiving
2015 Scratch Ticket Raffle Patty Rice 2015-11-02 00:00:00Z 0

Lobster & Steak Fest

Posted by John Griffith on Sep 13, 2015
The results are in and our 29th Annual Lobster & Steak Fest was a huge success. We prepared and served almost 400 dinners to our guests and we had live entertainment again this year, back by popular demand, Just Us Two. While we had some doubts about the weather and did have one thunderstorm while setting up early in the afternoon, the skies cleared, the sun came out and it was a beautiful late afternoon and early evening to enjoy a lobster or steak dinner. Thanks to every member of the club who participated, but a special thanks to George Rice and Dave Preble for doing all of the heavy cooking. They worked very hard all day ensuring that everyone had a great dinner and a great time. 
Lobster & Steak Fest John Griffith 2015-09-14 00:00:00Z 0

Successful 2015 Auction

Posted by John Griffith on Jul 26, 2015
We had another very successful flea market and auction on July 11th on the grounds of Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School. It was a lot of work over four days - setting tents, moving items from the storage trailer, picking up items people donated, organizing things, running the auction and cleaning up - but it was a lot of fun as well. Thanks to the local boy scout for camping out Friday night guarding our "stuff", to Dan Allen for serving as auctioneer, Paul Thornfeldt for picking up many items, Chris Twitchell for running the flea market, Patty Rice for running the ticket auction and  every other member who served in some way. We also need to give a huge thanks to Bessey Motors for donating a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country van and Ripley & Fletcher Ford for donating a 2009 Ford Escape for us to auction. This auction is our largest fund raising event of the year, providing over half of our annual budget. It is very gratifying to have the support of so many community members and businesses. Thank you all! 
Successful 2015 Auction John Griffith 2015-07-27 00:00:00Z 0

Thank you!

Posted by Patricia Rice on Jul 14, 2013
Our entire Club would like to say 'THANK YOU' to the entire Oxford Hills Community for helping make our Annual Auction a huge success!  From the many businesses and individuals who donated items, to Bessey Motor Sales and Ripley & Fletcher Ford who GENEROUSLY donated cars, White's Marina for the 2 boats and dock, to Young's Greenhouse for the many BEAUTIFUL plants, to WOXO, the Advertiser Democrat and the Sun Journal for their help with advertising, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!  Also to our many loyal customers, including Kiwanians and Rotarians, who came and bid high, and bid often!  The Oxford Hills community is the BEST!!
Thank you! Patricia Rice 2013-07-15 00:00:00Z 0

Cars donated to upcoming Rotary Auction 7/13/13

Posted by Patricia Rice on Jun 27, 2013


 Come bid on this blue 2004 Ford Taurus, automatic, moon roof, 123,132 miles generously donated by Ripley & Fletcher Ford!


Come bid on this white 2002 Dodge Intrepid, power windows, locks, cruise, A/C, 126,091 miles, generously donated by Bessey Motor Sales!

Cars donated to upcoming Rotary Auction 7/13/13 Patricia Rice 2013-06-28 00:00:00Z 0

Wanted: Auction Items

Posted by Patricia Rice on Jun 20, 2013
The Oxford Hills Rotary Club is looking for good, clean, gently used items for their upcoming auction on Saturday, July 13 at 10 am at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School.  Acceptable items include wood furniture, collectibles of all kinds, tools, outdoor items, sports equipment, tools, antiques, jewelry,  gift certificates and cash donations.  Please, no major appliances, soiled or torn furniture, tires, computers, monitors or printers.  If you or your employees, associates, family and/or friends have donations you’d like to make, or need items picked up, please call Curtis Cole at 461-3380 or Chris Summers at 577-8476. All proceeds help support the Oxford Hills Rotary Club projects including Dictionaries to all 3rd graders, May Day Play Day, Senior Cruise, Scholarships, Project Graduation, Holiday Food Baskets, Local Food Pantries and Students of the Month, to name a few. 
Wanted: Auction Items Patricia Rice 2013-06-21 00:00:00Z 0
Rotary/Kiwanis Weekend Patricia Rice 2013-06-21 00:00:00Z 0

May Day Play Day

Posted by Patricia Rice on Jun 08, 2013



Shown here is our newest member, Curtis Smith from US Cellular, working with the attendees at our annual May Day Play Day event held recently.

May Day Play Day Patricia Rice 2013-06-09 00:00:00Z 0

Meeting Change this week only!

Posted by Patricia Rice on May 12, 2013
Just a reminder, our weekly meeting for Wednesday, May 15th will be held at the Oxford Casino, 777 Casino Way, Oxford ME.  We will meet at 7:30 am in the dining area.  Enter thru the South entrance and go to your left to the dining area.  Our guest speaker will be from Healthy Oxford Hills.  Please join us!
Meeting Change this week only! Patricia Rice 2013-05-13 00:00:00Z 0
May Day Play Day--FREE!! Patricia Rice 2013-05-08 00:00:00Z 0

Newest members

Posted by Patricia Rice on Apr 25, 2013

Shown here are our 3 newest members, left...Curtis Smith from U.S. Cellular, Chris Summers from Chris's Electric, and Jack Sours from Oxford Casino!  Welcome!


Newest members Patricia Rice 2013-04-26 00:00:00Z 0

Winter Clothing Drive

Posted by Patricia Rice on Feb 11, 2013
Again this year, we are collecting for the Oxford Hills Coat Room.  They are in need of any spare coats, sweaters, mittens, gloves, hats, scarfs, boots, fleece, snowpants and anything else warm!  These can be for kids to adults.  So clean out those closets and bring in your items.  We will get them to Norway Laundry to clean before they deliver them to the coat room.  Let's meet and exceed last year's goal of 100 items, we can do it!! 
Winter Clothing Drive Patricia Rice 2013-02-12 00:00:00Z 0

Merry Christmas!

Posted by Patricia Rice on Dec 23, 2012
Merry Christmas from all of us at Oxford Hills Rotary Club!  And here's to a happy, healthy 2013!!
Merry Christmas! Patricia Rice 2012-12-24 00:00:00Z 0

OHCHS Chamber Choir

Posted by Patricia Rice on Dec 18, 2012

Chamber Choir

 Our special guests on Wednesday, Dec. 19th were the members of the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School Chamber Choir under the direction of Dennis Boyd.

OHCHS Chamber Choir Patricia Rice 2012-12-19 00:00:00Z 0
RI President & Oxford Hills President together Patricia Rice 2012-07-23 00:00:00Z 0

Rotary/Kiwanis Auction

Posted by Patricia Rice on Jul 22, 2012
ImageA special "Oxford Hills" THANK YOU to Bessey Motors of South from both the Oxford Hills Rotary Club and the Norway-Paris Kiwanis Club for donating this car to our annual auction!
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Presentation of new flag

Posted by Patricia Rice on Jun 19, 2012
A special "THANK YOU' to President Ellie Andrews, representing the Bethel Club, shown here as she presents President Beth with a new American Flag!!Image
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New member, Susan Cairns

Posted by Patricia Rice on Feb 14, 2012
ImageShown here is our newest member, Susan Cairns, who is a cosmetologist and owns her own beauty shop, Country Expressions in Norway.  Shown here are President Beth, Susan, and co-sponsor Patty Rice.  Missing from photo is co-sponsor Lois Strauss.  Welcome Susan!!
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We did it!!

Posted by Patricia Rice on Feb 14, 2012

ImageWe did it!! During the month of January, 2012, club members cleaned out their closets to donate more than 100 jackets along with 29 hats and 19 scarfs to the Rightstart Coat Room!! We reached President Beth's goal of 100 jackets with ease.  Great job everyone!! Shown here are members Paul Thornfeldt, Glenn Huntley and Ron Morse.
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Paul Harris Fellow #4

Posted by Patricia Rice on Nov 20, 2011


Foundation Chair, Dave Preble presents Club Secretary, Jack Richardson, with his PHF +3 pin.  Congratulations Jack!


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Welcome to our new website!

Posted by Joelle Corey-Whitman on Mar 08, 2011
We are all excited to see how ClubRunner will revolutionize the way we manage our day to day club activities, as well as communicate more effectively.
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2010 Rotarian of the Year-David Preble!!

Posted by Patricia Rice on Feb 25, 2011
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Congratulations to our 2010 Rotarian of the Year, David Preble.  He was a former member and Past President of the Bethel Rotary Club, before becoming to our club.  They trained him well!  He is currenty our Annual Lobster and Steak Fest Chairperson, along with being our Foundation Chairperson.  His enthusiasm for all the good Rotary does, certainly makes him a great choice for this year's honor and recognition.  Congratulations and thank you David!  We salute you!
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Correct Home Page

Posted by Patricia Rice

If you are visiting our site, be sure you click on 'Version 2' to see our current site.  Welcome and thank you for visiting our site!

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2014 Rotarian of the Year

Posted by Patricia Rice


The Rotary Club of Oxford Hills is proud to announce the 2014 Rotarian of the Year (ROY) is John Griffith.The selection committee, made up of the last 3 year's recipients, reviewed 15 nomination papers, and made their decision and choice based on several criteria: 1) Attendance 2) Club project participation 3) Community participation both as a Rotarian and as a non Rotarian 4) Promotion of Rotary within the schools and community 5) Committee involvement and follow through and 6) Club office held, quality of work, and committees chair. Some of the quotes used as 2013 ROY Curtis Cole made the presentation: "this person has been amazing to our club all year!” Another reminded us that “this person participates in ALL club projects.” Still another said that “everything he says he will do, HE DOES!” So congratulations to John Griffith.  John is retired from serving Norway Savings Bank for many years as a loan officer.  He resides in Norway with his wife, Shelley.   Shown in the photo left to right, President Christina Twitchell, John Griffith, and Curtis Cole.  Congratulations John!!

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RIP Jack

Posted by Patricia Rice


It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our long-time member, Jack Richardson.   Jack passed away on Thursday, Feb 12 at the age of 73.  He was an Oxford Hills Rotarian who served as Club President, and then Secretary for many years,  among the many other things he did for our club.  He was Rotarian of the Year in 2005.  According to the funeral notice in the paper, there will be a private memorial service for the family in the spring.  Our thoughts are with his wife, Kathy and their family during this difficult time.  Rest in Peace Jack, you will be missed by so many.

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Donations to the local Food pantries

Posted by Patricia Rice


What a great way to support the Oxford Hills Community by using funds collected from our "Road Tolls" to buy food and deliver it to 4 of our local food pantries!

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Welcome to our newest member!

Posted by Patricia Rice



Shown here is Club President Christina welcoming our newest member, Joe Balchunas from Community Concepts along with his sponsor, George Rice.  Welcome Joe!

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Our new t-shirts!

Posted by Patricia Rice



Here is a photo of our new club t-shirts, to help make us more visible on our club projects and events.  We want to help "LIght Up Rotary" with our new image!

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Rotary Kiwanis Weekend

Posted by Patricia Rice

A huge 'THANK YOU' to the entire Oxford Hills community for helping make our joint weekend a success!!Image






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Outgoing and Incoming Presidents

Posted by Patricia Rice


Congratulations to outgoing President Dave Preble, and Good luck to incoming President Christina Twtichell!

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Rotary Charity Auction

Posted by Patricia Rice

The Oxford Hills Rotary Club

is looking for donated items for their

Annual Charity Auction

to be held on

Saturday, July 11th, 2015

at the

Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School

256 Main Street, South Paris, Maine

Preview: 9 AM, Auction 10 AM to finish

FMI or pickup, please call

Paul Thornfeldt at 744-9383, Curtis Cole at 461-3380

or Chris Summers at 577-8476

if you would like to donate your items to the auction.



The public is invited to setup your own tables at the auction for a

Community Yard Sale/Flea Market

on the day of the Auction from 9AM - 2PM.

A $10.00 registration fee per space will be charged.  Contact Paul Thornfeldt at 744-9383 to reserve your space.

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Curtis Cole Rotarian of the Year!

Posted by Patricia Rice


Congratulations to Curtis Cole, (center) our Rotarian of the Year!  Shown here, left is Ron Morse, last year's recipient and right, President Dave Preble. 

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30th Anniversary Dinner

Posted by Patricia Rice
Our Club will celebrate 30 years of doing the good of Rotary on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 5:30 pm.  No morning meeting.  It will be held at Tuscany Hall (formerly the Racquetball Club) 17 Olson Road, South Paris.  BYOB social hour at 5:30, dinner at 6:30 followed by the program, including naming the 2013 Rotarian of the Year!  For more info contact George Rice 890-3122 or President Dave.
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Alan Day Community Garden project

Posted by Patricia Rice


We were awarded a Rotary Grant to help fund the new steel roofing job at the Alan Day Community Garden.  Shown here are members during a work day.  Many people from the Oxford Hills community benefit from the garden.

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Welcoming a new member

Posted by Patricia Rice



President Dave along with Val Weston, sponsor, welcoming new member, Chris Weston!

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Camp Sunshine District Service Day

Posted by Patricia Rice


Several of our members joined 100+ other Rotarians and family members around the District for a Community Service Day Project at Camp Sunshine in Casco, Maine.  Yard work, tree and shrub planting, flowers dug and replanted were among the many projects done.  After the work was finished, a turkey/pig roast was enjoyed by all.  What a great service project for a very worthy organization!  Shown here, left to right, George & Patty Rice, Beth Abbott and President Dave Preble, in front, Beth's granddaughter Alexis.

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Exchange Student Weekend

Posted by Patricia Rice
Our club will host the Youth Exchange students for their annual 'Ski Weekend' March 7-10th.  Thursday evening, 3/7 is the Pizza Supper at the Carter's in Oxford.  Our regular breakfast will be held on Friday 3/8 so to meet and greet the students.  They will be here for the weekend of skiing at Shawnee Peak and Carter's X-Country.  For more info, see President Bob.  If you can find the time, it is a great opportunity to meet these exciting, young adults and learn a little bit about their country, share a little bit about our country, and learn more about the Youth Exchange Program!
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Read Across America Day

Posted by Patricia Rice
Mary Lou Burns has reminded us that Friday, March 1st is 'Read Across America Day' to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss!  Let her know if you can spare some time to read to elementary students and share the joy of a good story with them.
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Cheese Wheel fundraiser

Posted by Patricia Rice





We are again selling our Rotary Cheese Wheels.  They are 2 pound wheels of Vermont Sharp Cheddar cheese and are delicious!  Each wheel comes packaged in a decorative box and are $17.00 each.  Orders are being taken now with a deadline of November 21st.  Delivery date is November 30th.  If you'd like to order one or more, please contact Ron Morse at 743-6944 or Paul Thornfeldt at 744-9383 or any OH Rotarian. Orders of more than 20 can get a 10% discount.  Makes a great gift!  Order yours today! Update: We have sold over 200 wheels, they have been picked up and are ready to distribute.  See Ron to get yours.  THANK YOU TO ALL WHO SOLD AND ALL WHO BOUGHT!!

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Scholarship Raffle Winners

Posted by Patricia Rice
ImageShown here is Rotarian Patty Rice who sold the $1,000 winning ticket to Bob Bizier!  Other winners were: $500 Jerry Major, $125 winners: Beth Abbott, Monica Laverdiere, Lynne Schott, Georgia Vallee and Stan Parsons.  $100 winners: John Griffith, George Richardson x 2, Amy Marden, Mike Grace, Kathy Laplante, Carol Richardson x 2, Rebecca Dowse and Lois Strauss.  A great big "THANK YOU" to everyone who helped us out with this Scholarship Raffle!
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District 7780 Unsung Hero

Posted by Patricia Rice




During Governor Gary's official visit, George Rice was presented with the Unsung Hero Award for his tremendous support, compassion and long time dedication to the Ideals of Service Above Self. George is the only charter member that has remained with the Rotary Club of Oxford Hills since the very beginning.

George was recognized and honored for all the wonderful things he does, often behind the scenes and unheralded, both at the club and district level.

Thank you George, for everything you do for the Club and the District!

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Donations for Lobster & Steak Fest

Posted by Patricia Rice



A special 'thank you' to Dead River Oil Company for donating propane and to Dundee from Harris Brothers for donating a trash truck. 



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25th Annual Lobster & Steak Fest

Posted by Patricia Rice


 Many thanks to all our members and customers who helped make our 25th Annual Lobster & Steak Fest a huge success.  There was musical entertainment by the "No Name Banjo Band' along with juggling, and our own moon bouce for the kids.  Thank you for your support of the Oxford Hills Community!  A special thank you to Grover Gundrilling for their very generous ticket purchase!



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Oxford Hills Rotary Club Raises money for Tornado Victims

Posted by Patricia Rice
ImageDuring the month of June the Oxford Hills Rotary Club passed the hat at every meeting to raise money to send to Joplin.  The Club agreed to match the members donations up to $2000.00. The membership was able to send off a total of $2407 & $275=$2,682 to The Tornado victims!
The monies collected will be sent to the Joplin Missouri Rotary Club to be used directly for disaster relief.
Thank you to all who made donations to help out those less fortunate. 
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A Chance to Win 2 Tickets!

Posted by Patricia Rice

The winner of the 2 tickets to see the Boston Red Sox vs The Tampa Bay Rays is Mike McDonnell.  Congratulations Mike!  The game is Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011 at Fenway Park, Boston, Mass., seats are in the Loge Section 129, Row LL (about 10-12 rows up-behind home plate!).


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Rotary/Kiwanis Auction & Flea Market

Posted by Patricia Rice

The Oxford Hills Rotary Club in partner with the Norway-Paris Kiwanis Club held another very successful auction & flea Market.  Both clubs would like to say 'thank you' to all the members for their hard work, all the businesses for their generous donations and the entire Oxford Hills Community for their continued support!  Proceeds from the auction and flea market will benefit the many community charities and programs supported by these two service organizations.

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