Sheyenne receives extra 'milk money'

Cass Clay donated $10,000 to the athletic department

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From left, Arlen Franchuk of Cass-Clay, Cory Herrmann from Sheyenne High School and Brian Day from Cass-Clay share a $10,000 check that was given to the Sheyenne High School athletic department.
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WEST FARGO — The Sheyenne High School athletic department received $10,000 from local dairy brand Cass-Clay, as part of the brand’s Fuel their Drive promotion, which is helping support schools athletes.

Representatives presented a check to Sheyenne High School officials on Monday, May 16.

Seven additional schools in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota will receive monies for a total of $32,000, as part of the the Cass Clay Fuel their Drive promotion.

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