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The Exchange Club of Salem’s 46th annual Charity Christmas Tree Sale is underway once again!  Every worker is a volunteer and no one is paid to staff the tree lot!  This means that ALL of the proceeds of the sale go right back into the Greater Salem, NH community through the Exchange Club’s many good deeds and programs of service.  The sale is located in Salem Depot at 22 So. Broadway (Rt. 28), between Daisy Cleaners and Rockingham Coach.  Come on down and get your tree from the only charity sale in town.

Imagine the surprise on Christopher, Riana and little Maya’s faces when Santa showed up to help them select their Christmas tree!!  Chris and Diana Jarbeau brought the kids along for the big surprise.  They’ll enjoy a wonderful Christmas memory – and their gorgeous, fresh Balsam Fir tree from the Exchange Club sale.

October 13th, 2016:  It is our pleasure to announce the winners of our 1st Annual Big Raffle.

  • Third place – $500, is Linda Buell of the Methuen Exchange Club.
  • Second Place – $1000 is Heather Petro.  She has been to our meeting before, and works at Family Services of Merrimack Valley.  Great person.
  • First place winner is our own Brad Segal’s Dad!!!  Woo Hoo!!!!  He will be enjoying $5,555.55.  Lucky man, and lunch is on him!

Our final ticket sales count was 176.  That is an amazing number.  You all worked super hard selling the tickets and it paid off.  The Exchange Club charities will be enjoying a profit of $6,145.

Thank you everyone who helped, supported, and encouraged.  Many hands make light work!


November 4th, 2016: Serving our veterans at the annual Veterans Breakfast at Woodbury School in Salem, NH are Bonnie Breen, Denise Puleo, Brad Segal and Kara Segal of the Exchange Club of Salem, NH.  Also in attendance was club member, Larry VanDeventer.


October 25th, 2016: Below, Club President, John Croteau, presents Past President’s Plaque to Richard Morway who served as President for 2015-2016. The Past President’s Night Dinner was held at Gaucho’s Brazilian Steakhouse, Tuesday evening, October 25th, in Manchester, NH. Richard’s wife Jane received flowers and great thanks from the club members for her support!