Boy Scout Mulch Sale

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Name: Boy Scout Mulch Sale
Date: May 20, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
LAST DAY TO PURCHASE BULK MULCH: Boy Scout Troop 92 selling Bulk Mulch. Dark brown, gold and red mulch available. Services available: delivery and/or spreading of the mulch. You are welcome to bring your own pickup.
South of the railroad tracks on Old Hwy 61 at the DOWCO building at 530 Industrial St.
Date/Time Information:
Noon - 5:00 pm
Contact Information:
563-613-2844 (troop phone) or contact any boy scout in Troop #92.
Dark Brown Mulch $30/cubic yard. Gold and Red Mulch $35/cubic yard. Delivery and/or spread fees are determined by address and amount of mulch purchased.
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