Another fourth Friday, another $300 donated to a Custer County nonprofit organization.
Marlee Nozicka and many other Custer County residents listened for location clues on KCNI/KBBN so they knew where to go Friday afternoon. The goal? Draw the high card from a deck, giving them the opportunity to choose what nonprofit organization would receive a check for $300.
Marlee drew the high card, a queen, and already knew she wanted the money to go to the Broken Bow Music Boosters. Marlee spoke to KCNI/KBBN’s Jeremy Shipe after the contest, saying that she and her siblings are all involved in band and she knew the money would be put to good use.
Thank you to everyone who came to this month’s 4 R County promotion!
Here is a list of the 4 R County winners so far and where they chose the funds to be sent:
March- Sheryl Taylor (Broken Bow Ministerial Association)
April- Larry Bunner (Bulldog Education Foundation)
May- Yvonne Tucker (Custer County Farm Bureau)
June- Emily Kimball (Callaway Education Fund)
July- Marlee Nozicka (Broken Bow Music Boosters)
If you would like to participate in the next 4 R County on August 23rd, just listen for the clues about the location the morning before and the morning of the promotion on the Get Up and Go Breakfast Show. When you follow the clues, you’ll be asked to draw a card. The high card winner chooses a recipient of the $300 from a list of nonprofit organizations provided by the Custer County Foundation.
Thank you to the 4 R County sponsors who include:
Agland ATV, Clang Financial, Custer County Foundation, Dana F. Cole, Farmer’s National Company & Dave Davis Auction Service, Gateway Chevrolet, Grocery Kart- Broken Bow, Holcomb Pharmacy, KCNI/KBBN Radio, Nebraska State Bank, Pracht’s Ace Hardware, Runza- Broken Bow, State Farm Insurance- Donna Cahill, Tri-S Ag, Tumbleweed Cafe, and Wenquist Auto