Crepes for a cause

International Club hosts Crepe Day to raise money for Rafiki Village Project

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  • After carefully creating their crepes, Emily Newbore, freshman, and Aubrey Cutler, freshman, show off their creations.

  • Flipping crepes, Katarina Pejcinovic, junior, serves snacks for International Club.

  • Students create their crepes with a variety of ingredients.

  • Chocolate syrup and whipped cream were among students' favorite toppings to use. "The crepes were fire," Graham Davis, sophomore, said. "I just wish they had more whipped cream, because they ran out really fast."

  • Students assemble their crepes.

  • Students had the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win a basket of school supplies. Crystal Scott, junior, was the winner of the basket.

  • International Club president, Kaleigh Henderson, junior, shows off the raffle prize offered. The money made from raffle ticket sales went directly to The Rafiki Village Project.

  • David Newman and Laura Orgel, representatives form The Rafiki Village Project, give their mission statement to students. The Rafiki Village Project is an organization dedicated to improving literacy rates and health in Tanzanian villages by funding projects around the community.

  • Students enjoy crepes and conversation at Crepe Day, hosted by the WLHS International Club.

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