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'You've been flushed!' FCCLA toilet fundraiser circulates Dayton community

*Feature photo: TRHS FCCLA seniors Allison Reed and Lyndsey Black move the "Crazy Commode" to the Dayton Mercantile today. Owner Elaine Stevens, center, is ready to pay them to move it again, as Tongue River High School teacher Pat Mischke, right, looks on. Pitchengine Communities photo* (Dayton, Wyo.) — If you haven't been flushed yet, you may find yourself on the receiving end of a moving toilet very soon. The Tongue River High School FCCLA is doing a "Crazy Commode" fundraiser, in the hopes of sending 18 students to the National Leadership Conference in San Diego July 3-7. Running from location to location, the students are carrying the toilet wherever the current "owner" wants to send it, and for a fee, will remove it, take it to a new location and/or never bring it back. The fundraiser began last Thursday. "We have already had to move the toilet eight or nine times," Tongue River High School Family and Consumer Science teacher Pat Mischke told Dally today. "It is really kind of ugly," she laughed. Today, two students surprised Dayton Mercantile Owner Elaine Stevens with the commode—a real, former toilet that was donated to the students by Bluemel Plumbing and Heating. [image: Inline image 5] *The "Crazy Commode" / Pitchengine Communities* [image: Inline image 2] *TRHS FCCLA seniors Allison Reed and Lyndsey Black move the "Crazy Commode" to the Dayton Mercantile today. / Pitchengine Communities* *[image: Inline image 6]* *This guy took a drink from the commode ... and immediately regretted it. Yuck! / Pitchengine Communities* [image: Inline image 4] *Students and Dayton Mercantile Owner today. / Pitchengine Communities photo* #dally #news