Puppy pound cakes

QJS students baked and sold cupcakes to raise money for the SPCA in Quesnel.

Quesnel junior school students bought cupcakes in droves to the tune of 271 during the SPCA fundraiser recently. So far $360 has been raised including donations and some donations are still coming in.

Quesnel junior school students bought cupcakes in droves to the tune of 271 during the SPCA fundraiser recently. So far $360 has been raised including donations and some donations are still coming in. The bakers included Cathy Burke, Priya Badhan, Jaydegh Billingsley, Courtney Larose, Braden Goyette, Julia and Thomas Landry. Students in Grades 8 and 9 did this activity simply as volunteers. Selling the cupcakes above, back to front are: Courtney Larose, Priya Badhan and Jaydegh Billingsley.

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