Nashoba Valley's first annual Cabin Fever Winter Festival has raised a net of $7,000. All net proceeds will be used by  the event's host, the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley, to benefit needy individuals and families in Bolton, Lancaster and Stow. This fun-for-all-ages outdoor event, which took place on February 1, 2020 on Bolton Town Common in Bolton, attracted more than 300 hearty souls.
The Cabin Fever Winter Festival was designed to bring together the residents of Bolton, Lancaster and Stow plus the neighboring communities for a day of fun and fellowship. "We were successful in bringing our three communities together," says Nashoba Valley Rotarian Nanci Bishop, Cabin Fever co-chair, "by inviting our municipalities to create their most unique Decorate A Snowperson Contest entries, which exceeded our wildest expectations, and by inviting our local restaurants, who brought their A-game for our nearly 300 guests. We also enjoyed watching our young neighbors participate in our varied children’s activities."
This event was also created to raise funds to meet the needs of the three Nashoba towns’ local programs and service projects. "What I love about Cabin Fever is that the net proceeds will go to groups and organizations in our three towns that embody Rotary’s motto, which is Service Above Self," says Nashoba Valley Rotarian Mary Ann Fitzgerald, Cabin Fever co-chair. "These three little towns are filled with compassionate people who are constantly watching out for their neighbors."
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