Victory Electric Cooperative
On the heels of two successful events last Sunday and two more planned Wednesday in Dodge City, Boot Hill Distillery and Victory Electric are excited to host seven additional events in the small communities surrounding Dodge City.
Residents are invited to drive-up and grab one FREE 4-ounce bottle of hand cleanser, which Boot Hill Distillery produced based upon the World Health Organization’s recommended handrub formula.
Copeland – Thursday, March 26 from 9-10 a.m. on Main Street
Ingalls – Thursday, March 26 from 12-1 p.m. in west parking lot of the high school
Montezuma – Friday, March 27 from 12-1 p.m. at south entrance of the elementary school
Bucklin – Friday March 27 from 5-6 p.m. on Main Street in front of the library
Spearville – Saturday, March 28 from 10-11 a.m. on Park Street by the old ball field
Cimarron – Saturday, March 28 from 1-3 p.m. in the elementary school circle drive
Jetmore – Sunday, March 29 from 2-3 p.m. at the Jetmore City Office (109 E. Bramley)
Residents can conveniently drive up and receive one bottle of hand cleanser per adult in the car, as long as supplies last. To protect the health and safety of all, it is drive-up only; please do not exit the vehicle.
“We recognized the community’s need for a hand cleanser, and since our distillery had the ability to produce the product, we knew it was something we could do to help our community,” said Hayes Kelman, owner of Boot Hill Distillery. “We were overwhelmed with the community’s positive response to our drive-up events last weekend and we are excited to help reach more people.”
If your business or organization has a need for hand cleanser product, make a request at https://forms.gle/TAnoPFa1Sgr6C12H9. Distributions will be based on the most urgent needs. Donations are also welcome at gf.me/u/xr59ng. Donations do not guarantee the acquisition of product.
This community project and the hand cleanser product is produced by Boot Hill Distillery with the generous support of Victory Electric, Kansas Corn, Dodge City/Ford County, Development Corporation, Conestoga Energy, Western Plains Medical Complex, Conant Construction, Centera Bank, Nu Life Market, BlackJacks Liquor, Hilker Trucking, and others.