“Flushing” Out Cancer Comes To A Lawn Near You

The Krutzfeldt's (left) and members of Team SMAC (right) with the Purple Toilet.

The Krutzfeldt’s (left) and members of Team SMAC (right) with the Purple Toilet. (photo by Ginger Allsup)

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The Mahaska County Relay for Life is just around the corner, and teams are now implementing creative ways to raise money.

Team SMAC has devised a unique fundraiser to help them attain their goal. A purple toilet gets displayed in a yard with a sign that says “Flush Away Cancer.” The yard owner then pays to have the toilet removed. If they have a best “friend” they can pay a little more to have it moved to their friend’s yard next.

In order to get the toilet removed, it will cost ya $10 bucks, but if you want to send to a “friend”, that’s $25. Of course, as in most things, there is an insurance policy that guarantees that the toilet will not return to your yard, that will run ya $50.

“We are starting this fundraiser tonight with the Mayor, in his yard,” said Team SMAC captain Noelle Bolibaugh. It didn’t take long for the purple commode to find a new home, at a “friends” house down the street.

The Mahaska County Relay for Life will be Saturday, March 29, 2014, 2:00 PM – 2:00 AM inside the PAC on the William Penn Campus.

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