CHS cookbook fundraiser under way

By on March 23, 2016

The Cocalico High School Student Government working in collaboration with Jan’s Circle of Friends has created the “Cocalico Community Cookbook.”

Photo by Preston Whitcraft Promoting sales for a new cookbook to benefit the Jan’s Circle of Friends charity are Cocalico High School student government members (from left) Ken Wallace, Susan Van Zant, and Olivia Voler.

Photo by Preston Whitcraft
Promoting sales for a new cookbook to benefit the Jan’s Circle of Friends charity are (from left) Ken Wallace, Susan Van Zant, and Olivia Voler.

The cookbook, which includes more than 200 recipes collected from students, teachers, and the families of the late Jan Roseboro, is priced at $15 and can be ordered by contacting David Leffler at Cocalico High School.

Checks can be sent to Leffler’s attention at the high school, 800 S. Fourth St., Denver, PA 17517. A notation of “cookbook” on the check memo line is advised.  Checks should be made out to “Cocalico Student Government.”

Cookbooks must be ordered by Friday, April 29. The pickup day for the book is Friday, May 20, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Cocalico High School cafeteria.

Local businesses are being asked to advertise in the cookbook. Costs for full- to -quarter-page ads range from $100 to $50. For additional information, contact Ken Wallace at kennethwallace2020@gmail.com or by calling 717-572-5619. Advertisement deadline is April 22.

Jan’s Circle of Friends provides financial support to groups, organizations, or agencies that offer or want to implement a mental health care program for children of domestic abuse or those who have lost a parent.

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