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Bemidji Boy Scout Troop 25 collecting Heroes Rise coffee orders for spring fundraiser

Boy Scout Troop 25 of Bemidji announced on Thursday that it is partnering with Heroes Rise Coffee for its spring fundraiser.

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BEMIDJI — Boy Scout Troop 25 of Bemidji announced on Thursday that it is partnering with Heroes Rise Coffee for its spring fundraiser.

Scouts will be collecting orders for freshly roasted coffee now through May 2. Coffee is $15 per 16oz bag, with Scouts earning $5 from every bag sold to go toward summer camp, a release said.

There are seven varieties of coffee to choose from, including light, medium and dark roasts and flavors like vanilla, hazelnut, peanut butter and coconut.

Coffee orders will be specially roasted and ground at the Heroes Rise roastery, and ready for Scouts to deliver to homes or businesses during the week of May 16-20.

To place an order, email troop25bemidji@gmail.com .

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"We appreciate the community’s support of a robust local Scouting program," the release said. "Boy Scouts develops character and personal responsibility in participating youth, encouraging and preparing our future forward-thinking and service-minded leaders."

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