Students prepare samosas for $100 Challenge

Fundraiser will benefit the One Person Project

Summerland Secondary School students prepared batches of samosas at the St. Stephen’s Anglican Church kitchen earlier this month.

The students are part of the Summerland Rotary Club’s $100 Challenge. Teams of students received $100 from the Rotary Club, to use for a charitable initiative.

The students prepared batches of pre-ordered samosas, which are being sold to raise money for the One Person Project.

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