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Charity Fair Tradition Continues

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A product (bath bomb) that someone made for the charity fair.

A product (bath bomb) that someone made for the charity fair.

A product (bath bomb) that someone made for the charity fair.

Christina Swaiss

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Every year AdVEnture STEM at Herman Intermediate hosts a Charity Fair. This year, Charity Fair takes place on December 13th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm.. Charity Fair is when the students at AdVenture STEM chose a charity and create products to sell in order to raise money for their chosen charity. All the teachers, staff, students, and parents are involved with Charity Fair.  They parents serve as the customers at Charity Fair. 

Charity Fair was started so the students would be able to see how they are affected by these charities and how they can help those charities. All of the students go to one of their classes and set up their projects. After the students set up, they present in front of the parents. Then they sell their products to the teachers, parents, students, and staff.

The AdVenture STEM students like the idea of Charity Fair. Joelle Kafeety has been at AdVenture STEM since 5th grade and has participated in several Charity Fairs over the past three years. She thinks it’s a good way to raise money for a charity. “It’s fun to making the products and selling them the parents,” she said. “It’s also fun for the students from the past years come to see this year’s projects.”

Charity Fair has been going on for many years and the students at AdVenture STEM all hope it will continue for a long time to come. The parents enjoy watching the presentations and buying the products students make. Many people from the school district come to see the projects. The students buy some of the other products. The older and younger siblings of the students like to see the projects as well.

For more information on AdVEnture STEM and its charity fair visit the Herman website: http://herman.ogsd.net/

 

About the Writer
Christina Swaiss, Reporter
Christina Swaiss is a 7th grader in AdVenture STEM. This is her first year at this school, and she enjoys being a student in this program. Christina likes to paint and listen to music. Her favorite subject in school is science and language arts. She is looking forward to being a reporter for the Patriot...
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  1. Izabelle Larson on December 4th, 2017 8:47 AM

    Very informational! Had many good details and was very interesting.

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  2. Ethan Garcia on December 4th, 2017 9:00 AM

    It’s a good article.

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