A group of Grade 7 students at Lake City Secondary School Columneetza campus held a bake sale to raise funds for the Salvation Army food bank. Pictured above are: Liam Spearing (back from left), Vega Lee, Bella Hilton, Sophia MacMurchy, Alexis Laverentz, MacKenna Spreng, Zoe Kugelstadt (front from left), Mai-Lei Erlandson and Isabella Purjue. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

A group of Grade 7 students at Lake City Secondary School Columneetza campus held a bake sale to raise funds for the Salvation Army food bank. Pictured above are: Liam Spearing (back from left), Vega Lee, Bella Hilton, Sophia MacMurchy, Alexis Laverentz, MacKenna Spreng, Zoe Kugelstadt (front from left), Mai-Lei Erlandson and Isabella Purjue. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake Columneetza students give back to community through bake sale

Mr. Tyne’s Grade 7 students held the sale over two days in December

Grade 7 students from Mr. Tyne’s class at Columneetza took it upon themselves to successfully raise funds for the local food bank recently.

The group hosted a bake sale at their school Dec. 8, 2021 and raised $125, which they donated to the Salvation Army food bank.

“It made me feel like we helped quite a bit,” said student Mai-Lei Erlandson.

Bella Hilton said the students baked everything from cookies, to cupcakes to lemon squares and sold it over a two-day bake sale at their school.

The students said they hope to have another fundraiser sometime this year to help those in need.


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