March 17, 2011 - The American Bank of Texas is leading the Leonard Fighters Relay for Life team in fundraising toward a $3,000 goal. The funds to be raised by May 20 and 21, will go to the American Cancer Society in the fight against cancer and two present fundraisers are stirring up a stink around Leonard.
A purple toilet decorated with pink tape started showing up in resident's yards on March 2. Bobby and Libby Pannkuk were the first to have the honor of hosting the decorated potty. Garry and Gaye Doyle were blessed with the pretty potty on March 3 and then it moved on over to Willie and Liz Johnson's yard. The Myre's in the Methodist church parsonage were the next to receive it and then it was passed along to Eugene and Becky Kegans. John and Lynne Broadway were the next recipients and it continued on down McClendon St. stopping at John and Kim Kay's house and then on to Jeff and Jamie Ogea's. As of March 15 it now rests in the yard of Dewey and Glenda Watson on Cottonwood Street. Each resident is having to pay $5 to have it removed, $10 to have it removed and name the next recipient, or $20 to cover both previous options and purhcase potty insurance to make sure it does not return.
There are also two small stuffed skunks that have arrived on several desks around town and folks are paying to have them removed, all monies benefiting The Leonard Fighters. You only pay $1 to have it removed or $5 to make sure it does not return.
Be sure to respond quickly when either arrives in your work area or your yard so the team can raise more money.
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