Something Woodchuck This Way Comes

W oodchuck Rescue Teams Wanted

West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department invites all area fire departments to enter four-person teams for  the 8th Annual Woodchuck Festival Games on to be held on February 12, 2011 at the Mettawee Community School, Vt. Route 153, West Pawlet, Vt.

Fire Departments may enter additional teams, each costs $20 per team.

The Woodchuck Festival runs from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and features and indoor marketplace and cafe with hot food and drinks.

The Woodchuck Rescue competition begins at Noon sharp.

Teams are asked to arrive early for instructions, warm-up and a course explanation/preview. 

Sign up by calling Dave Hosley at (802) 645-0158 or email wpvfd@ localnet.com

Vendors Needed For Marketplace

Vendors, book  now for the 8th Annual West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department Woodchuck Festival and Fireman’s Games February 12th from 9am-3pm at the Mettawee Community School, Vt. Rte. 153, West Pawlet, VT. The event feature activities include food court; live music; children’s games and face painting; Mr. W.P. Woodchuck; Ladies Auxiliary Silent Auction; local Artist Roy Egg; and many community service groups.  

This market is host to a large variety of vendors and only a few day’s before Valentine’s day.

Early booking discount:  10’x10′ only $20, 12×12 for $30 in advance. 

All proceeds support the West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Dept. For more info, contact Eli at twfequines@yahoo.com or phone 802-645-9224.

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