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The folks at Morrell Archery Targets have organized a fundraising effort to support the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) and they want to bring the opportunity to you. They are selling boxes of gourmet chocolates through a new company called Morrell's Gourmet Chocolates. The profits go to support the NASP kids and along with the chocolates, the boxes include:

• Three scratch cards which all give you the chance to win either a 2010 Toyota Tacoma or one of nine hunting trips with outdoors celebrities such as Jimmy Houston & Roland Martin, Lee & Tiffany Lakosky, Michael Waddell & Hank Parker, Harold Knight & David Hale, Tracy Byrd & Tracy Lawrence, Joey & Rory, Joe Fergeson & Burt Jones, Dale Morrell & Rodney Atkins, and Daryle Singletary & Cuz Strickland.

• Coupons to Cabela's, Gander Mountain, Academy Sporting Goods, & Bass Pro Shop among others worth $195.

• One of four varieties of tasty gourmet chocolates:
- Coco-Mo’s- Packed with roasted coconut and pecans, bonded with secret ingredients then dipped into milk chocolate
- Slo-Mo's- Soft buttery caramels with walnuts and pecans dipped in chocolate
- Coco-Mo's Mix- A variety of Coco-Mo's covered with creamy milk chocolate, deep dark chocolate, or heavenly white chocolate
- Whoa-Mo's- English toffee made from the finest creams and sugars drenched in milk chocolate and dusted with pecans.

The boxes of chocolate are usually $15 suggested retail, but they are now selling them for $12 per box which includes shipping. If you would like to order any boxes (there is not minimum!), send a check or money order with note including how many and which kind of chocolate you’d like to: Morrell’s Gourmet Chocolates; 1721 Hwy. 71 North; Alma, AR 72921. Please include your name, address, and telephone number.

And please remember that the proceeds go to support NASP kids!

Click here for their fundraiser webpage: (Please note that this page is for the schools and includes other materials for the school programs.)
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