Sold out cupcake sales

QJS students organized, baked, set up and sold cupcakes on the National Cupcake Day for SPCA

Shown here are

baked cupcakes and sold them at school to

raise money on National Cupcake Day for the

SPCA. There were many students who baked

cupcakes, helped sell cupcakes and assisted

in advertising and setting up the sale. Shown

here are, left to right: Hailey Nazaruk, Eric

Barnes, Emily Nelson, Cathy Burke, teacher

coordinator, Branda Eggert and Cassidy Nikirk;

not available for the photo: Abby Hanson,

Gurleen Waryah, Kalen Schneider, Araiah

Fraser, Paris Shelmerdine, Lydia Bateman and

Jonara Paul. The sale was very successful with

every cupcake sold. They raised $364.75.

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