Yoke’s donates $25,000 to Bulldog athletics

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(Courtesy photo) Yoke’s manager Dusty Johnson, left, presents a $25,000 check to Sandpoint High School athletic director Kris Knowles, money that helps support countless athletes in Bulldog athletics. “This year was the 30th consecutive year Yoke’s has donated to Sandpoint athletics and we are incredibly appreciative for the considerable donation,” said Knowles. “It’s amazing to have such a supportive and generous business right in out back yard.”

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