A group of girls from our Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment program set up a cold drink stand on Whiffin Spit Road on Saturday afternoon. They are Ella

Great kids, good cause

Lemonade stand set up to collect money for the Sooke Food Bank

A group of girls from our Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment program set up a cold drink stand on Whiffin Spit Road on Saturday afternoon. They are Ella, Angela and Crystal in the back with Makenna, Mackenzi and Amy in front.  All the girls are in Grade 5 except Amy who  is in Grade 3. They all go to Saseenos.They collected donations for the Sooke Food Bank and were able to raise $103.52.

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