SDSS Interact Club helps put on tea at KinVillage

The South Delta Secondary Interact Club, with the assistance of Chef Adrian from Buenos Dias Café, hosted a tea at the KinVillage Community Centre last Friday afternoon. Funds from the school PAC helped fund the tea with the food prepared by Chef Adrian. The Interact Club is made up of 40 students from grades 8 to 12 who meet weekly to plan events and activities that serve the community. “We always wanted to do something good for the community. This was our opportunity,” said club president Ella Shi.

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