Hi card wins: Alex Hope Elementary students such as Lexy Smart

Hi card wins!

Alex Hope Elementary students such as Lexy Smart, Anna Pyper, Chloe Kim, Yasmin Malabuyoc, Kaitlyn Ethier, Lauren McKenna and Indiana Bateman, who founded the Third World Card Co. as a class project, have cards for sale to raise money to fund art supplies for Rwanda. Students created the designs and Classic Impressions provided free printing so all funds could go to the cause. Cards are available to the public at the school concert Dec. 15 and 16. Or call teacher Nadean Vonk at the school at 604-888-7109. Cards are three for $5, eight for $10 or 20 for $25.

 

 

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