Mulch orders due to Cape Leo Club April 5

March 24, 2019

The Leo Club at Cape Henlopen High School is now conducting its 8th annual mulch fundraiser. 

The club’s name is an acronym for leadership, experience and opportunity. “The Leo Club currently has about 136 student members who dedicate a significant amount of their time to volunteering throughout our community,” said Mike Connors, Leo Club advisor. “Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit the club and its many projects throughout the community.” The letters in the club’s name stand for leadership, experience and opportunity.

Orders will be accepted until Friday, April 5. Products include red, black, brown and hardwood mulch, in addition to garden soil and potting mix with worm power. All products come from a Delaware company. 

Orders will be ready for pickup from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, April 14, or delivered between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. the same day. Delivery fees start at $20 and the location for delivery must be within 10 miles of Cape Henlopen High School.

Pricing on the mulch varies depending on what is selected.

Nature's Pride Select red, black or brown hardwood mulch is priced at $3.50 for a 2-cubic-foot bag. For orders of 20 or more bags, the price is $3.25 each. Plain shredded hardwood mulch is priced at $3.25 or $3 each for 20 or more bags.

Nature's Pride Select organic all-purpose garden soil is $4.75 for a 1.5-cubic-foot bag. Organic potting mix is $5.50 for the 32-quart size.

To place orders online, go to Online orders will accept credit cards for payment with a small processing fee.

Paper order forms can be printed from the website. Payment can be made by cash or check. Make checks payable to Cape Henlopen Leo Club and mail with orders to Cape Henlopen High School, 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958, Attention: Cape Henlopen Leo Club.

For more information or to place an order, call Michael Connors, Leo Club advisor, at 302-645-7711, Ext. 7101, or email Order forms are also available in main office of Cape Henlopen High School. The goal of the Leo Club is to sell 5,000 bags of mulch.


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