In-de­cent-seas dragon boat team in full fundrais­ing mode

Sackville Tribune - - OP-ED -

AINS­LEY CUN­NING­HAM com­peti­tors who have de­cided to put their tal­ents into form­ing a boat of their own.

De­spite be­ing new­bies to the races, In-de­cent-seas has set them­selves a goal of $3,000, one of the high­est fundrais­ing goals at TRHS. Led by cap­tains Kayla Hazel and Emily Tower, along­side their teacher ad­vi­sors Jor­dan Leblanc and Lisa Wells, all mem­bers of In-de­cent-seas are gear­ing up, ready to show the oth­ers ex­actly what they’re made of. With this goal in mind, they have de­cided to help sup­port the lo­cal area an­i­mal shel­ter in Amherst. With mul­ti­ple fundrais­ers planned, they are ex­cited to be able to do­nate as much as pos­si­ble to this wor­thy cause.

On May 6 and 13, the rowers were on hand at the Sackville Farmer’s Mar­ket to raise funds. With home­made crisp, cheese­cake, cup­cakes, cheese­cake, brown­ies, ba­nana bread and more, the rowers were up bright and early to ex­cite your sweet tooth. The rowers would like to thank ev­ery­one they saw at the Farmer’s Mar­ket for their hand in at­tain­ing their fundrais­ing goal.

De­li­cious treats seemed to be a theme with this boat, as they also sold cookie dough and raf­fle tick­ets on a Maple Bas­ket, rep­re­sent­ing a mar­itime treat.

Pumped and ready, the rowers be­gan sell­ing these tick­ets back in April, all to have as much raised as pos­si­ble when the time comes to do­nate to the an­i­mal shel­ter.

In-de­cent-seas would like to ex­tend a mas­sive thank-you to all those who helped them in their fundrais­ing. They would not be where they are without the sup­port of the com­mu­nity, par­ents, and the staff of TRHS. Ev­ery do­na­tion makes a dif­fer­ence, and they are ex­tremely grate­ful for all of yours. The rowers were happy to see ev­ery­one at the Farmer’s Mar­ket, and they hope to see you all down at Jones’ Lake be­hind Hill­crest school on June 2.

Ains­ley Cun­ning­ham, is a Grade 10 student at Tantra­mar Re­gional High School.

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