Jan. 11, the “Cow Plop” will become a reality out on the New Hope-Solebury Football field at 2:30 p.m., where the community will find out which spot the cow will choose, and if it’s their spot.
The spots are worth $25 each, and each student has to sell at least five to reach the goal of $33,125. After the goal is met, the spots the cow chooses will earn 15% of $33,125. The prize is almost $5,000. The catch is not only does the cow choose the spot, but the spots are randomized.
Alex DiGena, Junior, is anticipating success for Jan. 11.
“Let’s make sure the cow kills it,” Alex DiGena said. “Sell more squares!”
The cow plop fundraiser was chosen this year as an alternative to several small fundraisers generating $800 at most. This large scale fundraiser is to support the Junior and Senior Prom. The individual that bought the spot does not need to show up to the event, but the student who sold the spots is required to show up. If the student does not attend, then there will be another winner selected.
Good luck to anyone who bought squares!