Going like hot cakes
BY STEVEN WARBURTON
Staff Tagwi Secondary School’s annual cake auction managed to raise $2,500 to help offset this year’s prom expenses.
The auction, which took place last Thursday morning in the school’s cafeteria, saw some 67 cakes on the auction block. They ranged from very simple – one selection consisted of two frozen McCain cakes and a box of donuts – to a tiered cake that paid homage to Lightning McQueen of the Disney movie, dozen of them were made by Tagwi’s foods classes.
The highest selling cake was a pinata cake made by Tagwi mom, Crystal Daye. It was purchased for $230 by students Joey Bakker, Caitlyn McIntosh, Allie Belmonte, and Tristan Collett.
Tagwi’s prom is slated for June 7 at the Bonnie Glen Pavilion.