Jake Stead awards a raffle prize to Jennifer Lukiv. This project is part of the Rotary Club’s $100 Challenge which began earlier this year. Students were given $100 by the Rotary and challenged to use the money to make more money to donate to a charity of their choice. Stead ran a concession stand at the winter formal dance at the school and then did a raffle for the jar of Livewire candies being awarded here to Jennifer. He raised $50 to add to the $100 from Rotary which he plans to donate to a school in Haiti.

Students raise money in Rotary Club’s $100 Challenge

Students at Summerland Secondary School have raised money to provide assistance in Haiti.

Jake Stead awards a raffle prize to Jennifer Lukiv.

This project is part of the Rotary Club’s $100 Challenge which began earlier this year. Students were given $100 by the Rotary and challenged to use the money to make more money to donate to a charity of their choice.

Stead ran a concession stand at the winter formal dance at the school and then did a raffle for the jar of Livewire candies being awarded here to Jennifer.

He raised $50 to add to the $100 from Rotary which he plans to donate to a school in Haiti.

 

 

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