Muffins and Milo make a great start for Injune
MUFFINS and Milo might not be the ideal way to start the day, but for the kids of Injune State School it was the best way to help out Cancer Council.
Organised by the Student Representative Council, the school held a fundraiser in support of the Biggest Morning Tea in late May, with a selection of chocolate-chip muffins, Milo and a Jelly Bean Jar Guess to raise funds for Cancer Council.
It was a great effort on behalf of the student council, who arrived early that morning to bake and prepare the food and drink for the hungry school students.
Abby Postle won the Jelly Bean Jar Guess with the closest guess of 513 beans to the amount of 487.
School principal Sue Anderson said it was great to see the school raise over $450 for cancer research.
“There was not a chocolate-free face in sight! It was great to see the whole school get behind a wonderful cause,” she said.
“Thank you to the SRC students and teachers who helped this event run smoothly; we’d also like to thank the Price family for the Jelly Beans and the Hornick family for the Milo, and the entire school community for getting behind the event.”