VALDOSTA – St. John the Evangelist Catholic School (SJCS) is looking to a bovine friend to help raise funds in a humorous way this school year.
St. John the Evangelist Catholic School (SJCS) is looking to a bovine friend to help raise funds in a humorous way this school year. The school hosts its second Cow Plop Drop fundraising event on Saturday, October 22 giving participants a chance to win $1,000.
“It’s the second time we have invited a cow onto our campus and we can’t wait,” said SJCS Parent and Cow Plop Drop Organizer Celine Gladwin. “The Cow Plop Drop is such a fun event to bring together our community for some laughs and the chance to win $1,000.”
Saturday, October 22, SJCS will let a cow loose on the school’s soccer field that will be marked off into square grids, or plots. The cow will roam the area and the owner of the plot that receives the cow’s first patty will win $1,000. Plots are available for purchase for $20 each or $50 for three plots now through Thursday, October 20 on the school’s website at SJCSValdosta.org.
Participants and the community can watch the event take place online on the school’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/SJSCSValdosta starting at 10:00 AM EST Saturday, October 22.
About Saint John the Evangelist Catholic School
St. John the Evangelist Catholic School, located at 800 Gornto Road in Valdosta, Georgia, provides students Pre-K 2 – 8th grade with the highest quality education in a Christian setting. The school offers electives including Spanish, music, band, art and computers as well as religion in addition to extracurricular activities like basketball, volleyball, cross country and student council. For more information, call the school at (229) 244-2556 or visit sjcsvaldosta.org.