Western Wayne to Host Breakfast and Gift-Wrapping Event on Saturday, Dec. 14

        Students in the Western Wayne Drama Club will be wrapping holiday gifts for people in the community on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the High School LGI.  The public may enter through the auditorium entrance.

        All wrapping supplies will be provided.  Cost is by the donation of your choice.  All proceeds from the event will benefit Drama Club students.  If you plan to attend to have gifts wrapped, please email Mrs. Jessica McLaughlin at jmclaughlin@westernwayne.org prior to Saturday.

        On the same day, the Western Wayne FCCLA club will host a breakfast with Santa event to benefit all FCCLA students, and any patrons of that event, who have already bought tickets, may participate in the gift-wrapping event.  There will be no walk-ins for the breakfast.

        Both the FCCLA members and Drama Club members are very excited for these holiday fundraising events on Saturday, Dec. 14, and look forward to making the season bright for members of the Western Wayne Community.

        “We look forward to wrapping gifts to make the holiday a little easier for people,” Sydney Peet, Drama Club president, said.  “It will be one less thing they have to do, because we can help with it.”

        FCCLA member and Drama Club member Becca Boots agrees.

        “I’m excited to interact with the children who attend the breakfast,” Becca explained.  “I know they will be thrilled to meet Santa. I, also, look forward to wrapping gifts for people after I serve them food at the breakfast.  I will be multi-tasking that day.”

From left, drama club officers: Julia Phillips, treasurer; Lily Visceglia, public relations; Rhonda Fenkner, secretary; Sydney Peet, president; and Honour Shaffer, vice president.  Absent from photo: Rebeccah King, historian.

From left, FCCLA members: Paige Bell, Zoey Goldman, Kennedy Mistishin, Jaquelyn Morris, and Jaden Gregory.

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