Did You Know You Can Have Your Yard "Egged" The Good Way In Great Falls?

Scout BSA Troop 1007G is holding their annual fundraiser.

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In Great Falls, You Can Have Your Yard Egged By Scouts BSA Troop 1007G

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Scouts BSA Troop 1007G is holding their annual Egg My Yard Fundraiser.  The scouts will come and egg your yard on either Friday, March 29th or Saturday, March 30th.  You can get 30 eggs for just $25 or 60 eggs for only $50.

The Scouts have been rigorously trained by the Easter Bunny to assure the most Easter Eggy experience there is.

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Reserve your spot now by clicking here.  You need to have your order in by March 23, 2024. They accept payment via PayPal, Venmo or someone can come pickup cash or a check.

To find out more, call Scoutmaster Tim at 406.788.9624 or you can email Scouts BSA Troop 1007G at Troop1007G@gmail.com.

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