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   February 2021 NEWFOUNDLAKELIFE.COM Page 9
 By donna rhodes
Payne of the Bristol Community Center had the pleasure of pulling the winning ticket. The winner of the new Josie Bloom doll, her 10-outfit wardrobe, roller skates, bunny slippers, books and more, was Sandy Blais, a well-known resident and school bus driver from Alexandria.
“I’m so glad this year’s raffle went to a local person; especially someone who knows all the kids who go to the community center,” said Greenwood, who is a lifetime member of the TTCC Board of Directors. “All the money I raise, except for the one year when I did it to support Arro (the Bristol Police K9 dog), goes to the community center, whether it’s for the Western
encourage children to read and even write about he adventures their doll may experience.
“I was a librarian at Bristol Elementary School and a trustee at Minot-Sleeper Library for many, many years and want to encourage children to read, write and encourage their imagination,” Greenwood said.
The drawing was held at Homestead Creations on Pleasant Street, in conjunction with neighboring DJ’s Crafts, where shop owner Alice Jewell sold tickets for the December raffle. Proceeds from this year’s raffle totaled $150 and Greenwood said she looks forward to raising even more money next December.
December Doll Drawing Brings Funds to TTCC’s After School Programs
 BRISTOL – For several years Barbara Greenwood has lent her support to the community through a special raffle benefitting community programs. Each of her raffles, which normally take place during the craft fair during Santa’s Village, have involved: a beautiful new 18-inch doll, Greenwood’s own handcrafted outfits, an array of shoes she purchases and a variety of other fun accessories and storage containers. Proceeds from her latest 2020 Christmas raffle were designated for the After School Programs at Tapply-Thompson Community Center.
The raffle drawing took place on December 19 when Diane
Diane Payne drew the winning raffle ticket for an 18-inch doll and accessories to benefit Tapply-Thompson Community Center’s After School. PHOTO BY DONNA RHODES
Bound Trip, Santa’s Village or other programs. I just love doing
it for them!”
Each raffle includes books to
The Bristol Select Board will hold a public hearing for the purpose of discussing the proposed Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for a term of 25 years, by which the Town will agree to purchase all electricity generated at a third-party owned solar powered electric generation facility to be located on a portion of property at 180 Ayers Island Road. The hearing will be held Thursday, February 18, 5:30 PM via Zoom and at the Bristol Town Office: Meeting Room A located at 5 School Street, Bristol, NH 03222. Snow date is Friday, February 19, at the Bristol Town Office at 5:30 PM.
All related information is available for review at or may be obtained at the Bristol Town Office.
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