To the editor: Andover Snow Riders thanks all fund-raiser participants

On Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019, the Andover Mountaineer Snow Riders held  its 6th Annual Pasta Dinner and Blind Auction. The event was well attended by club members, fellow snowmobile enthusiasts and neighbors from our surrounding communities.

The evening is a two-fold event: the delicious dinner served at the beginning of the evening, then the fun, fast-paced blind auction that follows. The auction was once again a success, due entirely to the support of local businesses, artisans, and individuals.

As a community-driven group, AMSR strives to help a wide, diverse group of businesses by keeping the items that are up for bid local.

The club would like to very graciously thank the following donors (some who have been helping us since the first event, as well as many newcomers) in no particular order:

  • Meditrina Wine & Cheese,
  • Biben’s Ace Hardware,
  • MacLaomainn’s Scottish Pub,
  • Tina’s Hallmark,
  • Endless Creations,
  • Susan Leader,
  • Londonderry Ace Hardware,
  • The Vermont Country Store,
  • Stone Hearth Inn & Tavern,
  • Lisai’s Chester Market,
  • Salon 2000,
  • Lee Whiting,
  • Country Girl Diner,
  • Edgar May Health & Recreation Center,
  • Woodbury Florist,
  • Grandma Miller’s Pies & Pastries,
  • Vermont Cannoli,
  • Shaw’s,
  • Chester Hardware,
  • The Red Slate,
  • The Garden Café & Gallery,
  • Rockingham Hill Maple Farm,
  • Drew’s Organics,
  • Frank & Patty Companik,
  • Milwaukee Tool,
  • Willow Farm Pet Supplies,
  • Emma Bliss and
  • FW Webb.

We are already looking forward to next season’s event and hope to have another great evening! If any other local businesses or individuals would like to be involved with the auction, please feel free to contact the club at

Steffanie Baker
AMSR secretary

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