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Scouts to hold compost fundraiser

GUELPH - The 26th Guelph Scouting Group is hosting its annual compost fundraiser on May 5 between 9am and 2pm at Kortright Hills Public School at 23 Ptarmigan Dr. in Guelph.

Event highlights

The 26th Guelph Compost Fundraiser will help raise funds for youth Scouts and leaders attend the Netherlands Jamborette in July 2019.

Compost bag is one cubic foot and costs $3/bag.

To pre-order bags of compost email or and/or come by on May 5 to pick the compost up.

For more information, contact Leone Schadenberg of the 26th Guelph Scout Group at or 519-821-6948.

April 13, 2018


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