Dick Dearborn and Eptam Plastics are Good Sports, Support Mill's Private Collections event

LACONIA — Dick Dearborn and Eptam Plastics have once again stepped up to the plate to be the Presenting Sponsor of the Historic Belknap Mill's Private Collections' Event which will be held on Friday, May 10 at the Lake Opechee Inn & Conference Center.
For the eighth year in a row, Dearborn and Eptam are the number-one, super fan of the event, which supports efforts to preserve and enhance ongoing programming at the historic mill.
This year's theme, a "Sports Spectacular," will showcase a collection of vintage racecars, classic sports cars, and rare sports memorabilia from notable collectors in the Lakes Region.
Pre-game activities include a warm-up cocktail and hor d'oeuvre reception sponsored by another super fan, Bank of New Hampshire. A tailgate-style dinner provides favorites hot off the grill, and half-time highlights include entertainment and dancing to the sounds of Annie & the Orphans.
"We are fortunate to have Mr. Dearborn, Eptam Plastics and Bank of New Hampshire on our team," states Andre Paquette, the Mill's volunteer Executive Director. "Their generous support of this event helps support educational programming and the historic preservation of the Historic Belknap Mill all year long."
Eptam Plastics and Bank of New Hampshire join the following contributing sponsors: AutoServ Dealerships; Cantin Chevrolet; Happy Jack's Pipe & Tobacco Shop; the Laconia Daily Sun; Lake Opechee Inn & Spa; Marine Properties, LLC; Meredith Village Savings Bank; Profile Automotive Group; Paugus Bay Marina; Stone Gate Winery; and Weeks Commercial.
The Historic Belknap Mill encourages others to show their good sportsmanship and join its members and guests at this fun event. Tickets are $100 per person or $575 for a table of six. For more information and tickets, contact the Historic Belknap Mill at (603) 524-8813 or visit www.belknapmill.org.


Cheering on super fan Dick Dearborn of Eptam Plastics (right) are the Belknap Mill's Private Collections' Event committee members Steve Weeks Sr. and Alison Whynot. (Courtesy photo)