WE WISH EACH AND EVERYONE of YOU a SAFE, HAPPY and Healthy 2022
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Through a variety of fundraisers we are able to give back to our community!
We have a few that we continue to do annually and occasionally we partner up with other organizations for special events.
A portion of the funds raised are put towards our Scholarship program.
Our Hot Dog Stand at Mill Falls
Steve Bennett AKA The Flamin' Dogs cook
OUR ANNUAL WIENER WEEKEND at MILL FALLS MAY 2021
The first task of the day is loading up the trucks with the grill, coolers, food, crock pots, utensils, paper products, signs, condiments etc.
Left to right: Twins David and Emma Gumpert, Altrusa President Sylvia Detscher;
2nd row: Inter-Lakes PTO Volunteers Alison & Jared Gumpert, and David Detscher.
Here is the first shift of volunteers: PTO Volunteer Riley Towle, PTO Volunteers Alison Gumpert and Elena Larson.
Second shift : PTO Volunteer Alison Gumpert, Altrusa Volunteer Susan Amiss, and PTO Volunteer Mandy Marquis.
Third shift : Altrusa President Sylvia Detscher, PTO Volunteers Melissa Torres, and Mandy Marquis.
Second Day of Wiener Weekend: Altrusa Treasurer Cindy Day, ILES Vice Principal Steph Howard, Student Volunteer Bella Bryant, and ILES Principal Michael Bryant.
This was the coldest day in the history of craft fairs, so we all bundled up. ILES Secretary Angela Stutzman shown here with Altrusa Members Doreen Carson and Cindy Day.
Where would we be without our volunteers? Here are ILES Principal Michael Bryant and PTO Member Sarah Champagne.
Everyone is busy working hand in hand cooking and wrapping the hot dogs. Altrusa Treasurer Cindy Day, ILES Vice Principal Steph Howard, and Student Volunteer Bella Bryant are serving the customers along with PTO Volunteer Sarah Champagne.
Another successful Wiener Weekend thanks to the collaboration between Altrusa, the Inter-Lakes K-12 PTO team, and Scout Troop 55 for set-up and breakdown.
FESTIVAL of TREES went virtual DECEMBER 2020
The Festival of Trees
One of our most popular fundraiser's is our Festival of Trees. For twenty four years we have held our Festival of Trees and hundreds of people attend each year.
Our plan this December 6th - December through December 16th for our 25th Annual Festival of Trees is a virtual FOT. We will keep you informed once our plans have been finalized.
We thank you for your past 24 years of support and wish you all good health.
How it worked in the past:
Donated, decorated trees are set up on display for the viewing public. Upon the close of the event most of the trees are given to local families.
Our hope is that next year, December 2021, we will be able to host the Festival live again.
A Special Fundraiser
"THIS JUST IN"
FOUR of OUR TALENTED MEMBERS
L to R: Connie Van Dam, Karol Keating, Sylvia Detscher, and Cindy Day
PARTICIPATED in THE 2019 WINNIPESAUKEE PLAYHOUSE'S IMPROV OLYMPICS FUNDRAISER