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MCS freshmen selling flowers to fundraise

Freshmen at Mitchell Christian School are selling flowers from Ymker Greenhouse to raise money for the 2017 Junior/Senior Banquet. Flower baskets are $31.99, with six choices available. They are also selling $30 Ymker gift certificates. To purcha...

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Freshmen at Mitchell Christian School are selling flowers from Ymker Greenhouse to raise money for the 2017 Junior/Senior Banquet.

Flower baskets are $31.99, with six choices available. They are also selling $30 Ymker gift certificates. To purchase or donate, ask a freshman or stop in the MCS office at 805 W. 18th Ave. The sale ends April 14, with delivery around April 30.

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