The Wolfeboro Rotary Club is pleased to announce it will be selling its beautiful Christmas Trees again
this year. Sales will start Friday, November 30 at10am and will continue that weekend and every
Thursday to Sunday thereafter from10am to5pm until sold out. We will once more be located at the
Clark Museum Complex across from Huggins Hospital and welcome you to stop by and join us around
our cozy campfire.

The trees are coming from the same supplier we have used for several years in upstate NH and are
known for their excellent quality. We will again have a supply of Fraser firs, Balsamfirsand the
hybrid, very popular Canaan firs.

Almost all trees this year will be either $45 or $55. Although our prices may be higher than others in
the area, our sales are for our fundraiser and 100% of all profits go to provide scholarships for local
students and to support other local causes, with a heavy emphasis on youth services and programs. (see
below for more detail). Also, the trees we sell are cut shortly before they are delivered and therefore
are nice and fresh.

Decorating Around the Town: Rotary members will be contacting local businesses to purchase a tree
for display at their business. Any business owner who is interested may also contact our Committee
Chairman George Pacheco directly at 603-490-7181 to order one of our $45 six-foot trees.
Where the funds from your tree purchase go: Together with our other fundraisers (our Radio/TV

Auction, our Spring Fling dinner and our Golf Tournament), over the past 17 years our fundraisers and
donations have enabled us to:
• Give $151,000 in vocational and college scholarships to 153 local students
• Provide $54,600 in financial support to a variety of community projects and services
• Donate $80,300 in support of local youth social services
• Every
schoolyeardonate world atlases to every third grader at Carpenter School.
• Serve as the charter organization for Cub Scout Pack 165.
• Establish a 10-year pledge of $25,000 to support The Nick (of which $15,000 has already been
donated for the first six years)
• Contribute $25,600 toward the Kingswood Youth Center building fund, well and computer
• Donate $20,000 to the Huggins Hospital Fund for Charity Care
• Donate $35,500 to various local charities and the international wheelchair program
• Donate $5,000 to the Friends of the Wolfeboro Library's Energy Efficiency Fund for the Library
• Donate $15,000 to the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center for the Early Childhood Education
Program in the Magic Moments preschool classroom at the Lakes Region Technology Center
• Donate $35,500 to aid victims of natural disasters at home and abroad
• Donate $30,500 toward eradicating Polio.

Of course, we could accomplish none of this without the very generous support of the businesses and
organizations in town and our wonderfully supportive citizens.

Check Us Out!:
Please check out our website at, or our Facebook page, or speak to any local Club
member if you would like more information or are interested in participating with our Club. And
please consider stopping in at one of our meetings to check us out at the Wolfeboro Inn every second
and fourth Monday at 5: