The last week of the on-line Norwich Lions Club Silent Auction and still time to buy a Meadow Muffin.

Many items still available to bid on the silent auction and a few more Meadow Muffin plots of land for you to own.

Hello Norwich,

I would like to share these two announcements and to remind you that there is still time to help the Norwich Lions help others through your donation and purchase of a meadow muffin and or silent auction item.

The last week of the on-line Norwich Lions Club Silent Auction

Norwich Lions Club Vermont

Thank you to those, who have participated in the on-line Norwich Lions Club Silent Auction so far! 

The auction is going well, yet there are still some wonderful opportunities to find value at: https://www.32auctions.com/2021NorwichLionsClub

These include a week’s stay in a home on Cape Cod, now bidding at $950!
You can view other opportunities by category, among them:

You can search on topics by clicking on the “All Items (203)” category and looking for other categories. You can also use the “Search" window with the magnifying glass icon.

Remember, you have until midnight on Thursday, October 7, to participate. 

Thank you for supporting this Norwich Lions Club Silent Auction, the proceeds from which raise funds to support community organizations in Norwich, Hartford, and elsewhere in the Upper Valley, as described at www.norwichlionsclub.org.

Stephen Flanders
Norwich Lions Club
802-649-1134

Norwich Lions Club Meadow Muffins Contest to be decided on Saturday, October 9th, on the Norwich green!

Over 375 plot deeds have been purchased for a chance to win $1,000 (first prize) or $500 (second prize) on Saturday, October 9th.

On the Norwich town green, at 3 pm, up to three cows will be introduced onto a grid with 500 squares in play, each randomly assigned a plot number. The first bovine to fertilize a square will determine the first-prize winner. The second deposit will determine the runner-up. Winners will be determined from among the plot deeds purchased—by cow deposit or by drawing from a hat (if necessary).

Supervising the proceedings will be three judges, drawn from Marion Cross School, who will be sworn to impartiality and committed to wise decision making, as attested to by the top hats that they will be issued.

It’s not too late for you to be a winner. You can go on line at https://www.32auctions.com/MeadowMuffins2021 or contact me to arrange an in-person sale.

Remember that third prize is the satisfaction that you contributed to a good cause! The net proceeds of the contest will allow the Norwich Lions Club to provide support to Upper Valley non-profit organizations through its grants process, described at www.norwichlionsclub.org.

Stephen Flanders
Norwich Lions Club
802-649-1134