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Northwest High School Mulch Sales Deliveries Set for April 6

March 14, 2019

The Northwest High School Booster Club's 20th Annual Mulch Sale deliveries will take place Saturday, April 6.

   Orders will be accepted through March 30. Each 3 cubic foot bag of brown, hardwood mulch costs $5.50, or 2 cubic foot bags of black mulch for $5.50. Orders of 15 or more bags receive free delivery and orders of fewer than 15 bags have a flat rate delivery fee of $5. For only $3 more per bag, have the Northwest High School football team spread your mulch on Saturday, April 13.

   Deliveries will take place on April 6. Mulch may also be picked up by noon on April 6 at the lower parking lot of Northwest High School. Drive-up purchases will be accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis. All funds are used for the many educational and athletic activities at the school. For more information and to order, visit the Northwest Booster Club website or  or email mulchsale@nwhsboosters.org.

   Photo courtesy Northwest Booster Club

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