Bake Sale Benefits

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Bake Sale Benefits

Hannah Layton, WHS Reporter

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Two weeks ago, March 14-15, 2019, the Journalism program had a bake sale to raise money for students who would like yearbooks but can not afford them. Half of the Journalism class participated by baking delicious treats or by helping run the table. There was an assortment of desserts including homemade rice-krispie treats, oreo balls, brownies, and more. Overall, the bake sale was a huge success and the program made just over $400. This is a huge blessing and we would like to thank anyone who supported by purchasing something, or giving a donation. The yearbook gives a glimpse of students’ high school memories, and we are proud to contribute.

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Hannah Layton, WHS Reporter

Hey! I’m Hannah Layton and this is my second year in Journalism. I am one of two assistant editors of the yearbook. I enjoy taking photos and video production....

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