Rotarians and friends watch at Maine overpowers UNH, 35-7, at Alfond Stadium

The Old Town Rotary Club went on a road trip to Alfond Stadium at the University of Maine to watch the Black Bear football team play UNH in the season opener.  Although UNH was ranked in the top 10 in all three national polls (Football Championship Subdivision), the Bears overpowered the Wildcats and romped to a 35-7 victory.
The Rotarians served a pot-luck supper in the tailgate area next to the stadium.
Tamara Saarinen, Phil Barb, and the Larsens.
The Shirlands, Clair Shirley, and Past President Doug Marchio.
Don and Jane Sturgeon, and visiting Rotarian Bill Brown and his son Bobby from Ohio via Cold Stream Pond.
Linda Bryant, Tess Greene, and David and Sherrie Wight.
Buggsy buys the last open spots in Dave Wight's Polio Plus Monday Night Football drawing.
Keri Denis (right) with her aunt, KC Crean, who was visiting from California.
Steve Greenleaf and Tess Greene.
Rotarians and friends in the stands at Alfond Stadium
President DJ and family.
At the end of the night, a very happy group of Black Bears posed with the Brice-Cowell Musket, symbolic of Maine-UNH football supremacy.