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Pine straw fundraiser for Boy Scout Troop 279

Boy Scout Troop 279, sponsored by Holy Trinity in Peachtree City, is accepting orders through Apr. 5 for its Spring 2010 Pine Straw Fundraiser, just in time for landscaping projects and to spruce up your yard. The cost per bale is $3.00 if you pick up your order, $3.50 per bale if the troop delivers your order, though delivery is available only within the Peachtree City limits.

The bales of pine straw will be available for pickup at McIntosh High School from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Apr. 10. The troop will drop off orders for delivery between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. that same day.

Watch for a Boy Scout from Troop 279 selling pine straw in your neighborhood, or contact Kimberly Gura at (770) 634-1275, or e-mail her at k297@bellsouth.net.

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