InCA Halloween Sale

November 7, 2012

Community, LFAS Heros

InCA (Illustration and Creative Activities Club) had their annual Halloween fundraising sale on the 30th and 31st of October. InCA was founded by Ann Rhi, Kyuri Lee, and Jane Lee in 2008.

The club has grown to  fifteen students whose aim is to interact and contribute to the community by integrating their artistic talents.

During the past four years, they have done numerous sales and also done volunteer work as a direct way to contribute to the community. For this year’s Halloween sale, they created products such as handmade cards, bookmarks, candy bags, and homemade baking.

Elementary students showed great interest in the colourful displays of the booth set up at the front foyer while enjoying their treats. Throughout two days of sales, the group raised approximately two hundred dollars.

The profit raised from the sale will be divided and sent to a non-profit animal rescue organization called “Animal Advocates Society” and a downtown soup kitchen for homeless people, called “The Door is Open.”

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