UNITY— Twenty-nine vendors ranging from homebased businesses to handmade jewelry, soaps, wood crafts and more filled the Common for Unity Old Home Day on Saturday.
“We wish to say congratulations to all of the Unity Old Home Day Chinese auction winners,” said UOHD Chairperson Tara Gregory.
The oldest native Unity resident attending the affair was Audrey Shepherd, born in 1936.
Best in Show—Nick Taylor, 1955 Dodge Pickup truck
Most Original—Ray Brown, 1915 Model “T” Ford
Best in Show—Jesse Aiken, 1958 Farmall 460
Most Original—Bruce Callum, John Deere “M”
Best in Show and Most Original—Charlestown Fire Department, 1919 pumper
The Ladies of the Historical Society for their Colonial Era dress
Blueberry Pie Contest
There were only two entries.
First Place—Leisha Leslie
Second Place—Cora LaClair
Unity Fire Association Firewood Raffle
Winner, Ken and Mary Hall of Unity
Unity Elementary School Goat Plop Raffle
Winner, Heather Goyette-Callum of Unity
The result of Unity Elementary School wood raffle is not known at this time.