NDSU Extension Service - Burleigh County


Schwan's Cares 4-H Playground Fundraiser

2015 Burleigh County Schwan Cares logoBurleigh County 4-H and Schwan's Cares are teaming up together to raise money for the Louise Gobbs Memorial Playground!

Louise was a 4-H Leader here in Burleigh County for a number of years and dedicated a great amount of her time as a Volunteer to Burleigh County 4-H.  Please help us honoring Louise for her passion and dedication to 4-H.  The playground will be be located on the Missouri Valley Fair Grounds by the 4-H Building.

Schwan’s Home Delivery offers over 350 delicious foods, flash-frozen at the peak of freshness and conveniently delivered to your door.  Through Schwans-cares.com, you can order from Schwan’s Home Delivery and help Burleigh County 4-H raise money to build the Louise Gobbs Memorial Playground.  When you order by August 21, 20% of the product and 40% of e-certificate sales will come back to Burleigh County 4-H.  In addition, Schwan’s will contribute 5% of all order to Burleigh County 4-H for the rest of the year.

All proceeds will go towards the Louise Gobbs Memorial Playground.

Louise Gobbs Memorial Playground posterOrder online:  www.schwans-cares.com/campaigns/20141-louise-gobbs-memorial-playground
1. Visit Schwans-Cares.com
2. Enter Campaign Name (Louise Gobbs Memorial Playground) or ID: 20141 into the search box in the upper right hand corner then click open campaign.
3. Click the “Buy Now” button to purchase an eCertificate or “Shop Now” to place a product order.

Order by Phone:  Call 1-855-870-7208 and provide Campaign number 20141 and Fundraising ID 50476.

Burleigh County Extension

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