LEOs to hold Hot Dog Fundraiser at Poulsbo Les Schwab

Les Schwab will match the money raised by the LEO sales

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2019 2:42pm
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North Kitsap LEO clubs will be the beneficiary of an upcoming Hot Dog Fundraiser, hosted by Les Schwab in Poulsbo on Saturday, May 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Poulsbo Lions sponsor four LEO clubs, which are community service clubs based out of North Kitsap high schools and middle schools. The LEO clubs will use the space outside Les Schwab to run a grill and cook hot dogs for customers. Les Schwab will be furnishing the hot dogs, condiments and grill for the clubs and will also be matching any funds raised from sales.

“The Poulsbo Lions and LEOs want to give a big ‘Shout Out’ to Les Schwab for their community spirit,” a press release from the Poulsbo Lions Club reads. “Their commitment to help the youth in our community is noteworthy and very much appreciated.”

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