Go­ing like hot cakes

The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page - News Cars. Plenty of the cakes were made by the grad­u­at­ing stu­dents and their fam­i­lies, though at least a

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.

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