Junior Class government cancels second semester fundraiser

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Junior Class sponsor Amanda Richmond works at her computer. After the cancellation of the second semester fundraiser, she won’t have to work on another project with the Junior Class government until preparations for prom begin. CHRISHAN FERNANDO / PHOTO

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Junior Class sponsor Amanda Richmond works at her computer. After the cancellation of the second semester fundraiser, she won't have to work on another project with the Junior Class government until preparations for prom begin. CHRISHAN FERNANDO / PHOTO
Junior Class sponsor Amanda Richmond works at her computer.
After the cancellation of the second semester fundraiser, she won’t
have to work on another project with the Junior Class government until
preparations for prom begin. CHRISHAN FERNANDO / PHOTO

The Junior Class government canceled the fundraiser it was planning to conduct during the second semester. According to Junior Class sponsor Amanda Richmond, the responsibility of collecting funds for school events for the Class of 2014 will be passed over to next year’s senior class government.

“We don’t need to do anything until their senior year.” Richmond said. “They don’t need the money right now.”

Junior Clay Villegas said he wants any fundraiser in the future to be simple. He said he’d prefer a fundraiser by which students simply donate money without attending any event.

“I really wouldn’t go to a dance or anything like that,” Villegas said. “But if I could, I would donate money.”

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