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June 20, 2013

Bartlett Benefit Events

PLAISTOW —The William C. Bartlett Fund was created after Billy (Worm’s) house on Sweet Hill Road in Plaistow was destroyed due to a fire on May 17. Worm and his dog Roxy were in the home at the time of the fire. Roxy is out the hospital and doing well. Worm has a very long recovery ahead of him. A Fund at TD Bank has been set up to help rebuild Worm’s life: the William C. Bartlett Fund. Upcoming events planned for the fund are as follows:

Hockey Tournament: Sat., June 15, 4:00 p.m. at the Salem Ice Center in Salem. Teams/players are urged to participate. The cost is $40.00 per player. For information or to register, please contact Luke at 603-819-9569. Terry O’Reilly and Rick Middleton from the Boston Bruins will skate in the tournament to help support Worm. Let’s see how they do against the Timberlane alumni and other local skaters. Come and have fun, skate for Worm or come and see the hockey action.

Golf Tournament: Sat., June 29 at Granite Fields Golf Course in Kingston. The cost is only $100.00 per player and includes golf, cart, dinner and prizes. Check in at 7:00 a.m. shotgun start is at 8:00 a.m. For more information, please contact Tom Fuller at 1-617-680-1784 or Leslie Fuller at 603-560-2114.

Plaistow’s Old Home Day: Sat., June 29, there will be a booth on the Town Hall Green. Bruins player Terry O’Reilly will be on the Green in his penalty box (we all know he spent a lot of time in there)! Pictures can be taken, autographs, or just stop by for a visit. There is also a beautiful handmade quilt made by Pauli Johnson that will be raffled, Bartlett Strong T Shirts and other surprises. The First Baptist Church on Main Street in Plaistow is working with the William C. Bartlett Fund in support of Worm. This year the traditional Old Home Day Ham and Bean Supper will be for Worm and rebuilding his life. Please support this combined effort, get your tickets now for the Old Home Day Ham and Bean Supper, the supper will run from 4:00-7:00 p.m. All day at the church there will be numerous raffles and silent auction items that you can buy tickets or bid on. Items will be awarded at 7:00 p.m. at the close of the ham and bean supper. Some of the items are a complete patio set, Bruins items, concert tickets (BB King) plus others, many raffle baskets, restaurant gift cards plus many, many more items. Come and check it out.

You can see more details on Facebook at “The William C. Bartlett Fund”. Donations are being accepted including raffle items, gift cards and silent auction items.

Thank you to everyone who has already donated for the events.

More importantly, thank you for all the love and prayers everyone is sending to Worm. They are working.

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