Lakecity Secondary junior achievers Pippa Reissner (back left)

Fortune cookie sales help kids

The Marketing 12 Class at Lake City Secondary Williams Lake Campus is creating its own JA Company.

The Marketing 12 Class at Lake City Secondary Williams Lake Campus is paired with Junior Achievement of British Columbia to create their own JA Company.

This year, the class is made up of six eager students who have created a student venture company called Cariboo Cookies.

They will be selling flavoured fortune cookies.

The fortune cookies come in a variety of flavours including strawberry, Pina colada, and dark chocolate dipped as examples.

The fortune cookies are priced at $2.50 each with all net proceeds being donated to the Boys and Girls Club after school programs in Williams Lake.

If you are interested in purchasing flavoured fortune cookies or want to learn more about the Junior Achievement Program e-mail the group at cariboocookies@gmail.com.

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