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Rochester police fundraiser set for Oct. 4
The Rochester Police Brotherhood has hired All-Pro Productions to conduct its annual fundraising drive and to produce a comedy night.
Fundraisers are asking local residents to help out through personal donations and local businesses to help by placing advertisements in the playbill for the comedy night, which will be held at the Plymouth Radisson at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4.
Each year the Brotherhood conducts a telemarketing campaign to benefit local youth sports programs, scholarships for students at Old Rochester High, Thanksgiving dinners for the elderly and Christmas trees and presents for needy families during the holiday season.
All-Pro Productions is a paid fundraising company that receives 44 percent of donations to cover the costs associated with the booking and production of the event, print work, rental of office space, telephone and utility expenses, insurance and any other cost associated with the fundraising effort. An additional 29 percent is used to hire telemarketers and drivers to call for and pick up local contributions. The remaining 27 percent goes to the Rochester Police Brotherhood.
Rochester Land Trust
to hold pig roast
The Rochester Land Trust will hold its 12th annual Pig Roast at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Rochester Country Fair Grounds. The ticket price is $20, and children under 5 are free. Tickets may be purchased at Bev Loves Books, located in the Plumb Corner Mall.
The menu, as in years past, consists of barbecued pork shoulder prepared in an on-site pit, baked beans, apple sauce, cole slaw, fresh sliced local tomatoes, rolls, soda, coffee and a variety of homemade desserts.
Entertainment during the meal will be provided by Celtic fiddler Hillary Rozenas, the younger sister of Tiffany Rozenas, who has been the dinner show for the last two years.
During the meal, the winners of both the annual silent auction and raffle will be announced. Items will be displayed and raffle tickets sold all day at the RLT booth at the fair.
Local merchants and residents have donated an assortment of goods, many handcrafted, and services to benefit the works of the Trust.
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