Support Spanish Club by buying roses for Valentine’s


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BE MINE. GIve a rose and support the Spanish Club. Roses can be purchased

Roses are red.

Violets are blue.

Spanish club is doing a fundraiser, 

and you should come through. 

Love is in the air as people watch their crushes from distances and couples roam the hallway holding giant balloons and boxes of chocolate treats. February 14th, the day to show your love and appreciation for your special someone, is just around the corner. 

The Spanish Club is hosting a fundraiser so students can show their love and appreciation to their loved ones by gifting them a cherry red rose, sweet chocolates and a customized card where you can write your feelings or a silly message to a friend or lover for only five dollars. The fundraiser will be held for all lunches until February 14th and will be delivered by the club members during the first and last periods of Valentine’s Day.

“Spanish Club is currently holding a fundraiser centered around Valentine’s Day,” senior Misael De Los Reyes said. “The way it works is that students and staff can buy a rose, a box of chocolates, and a card to be delivered to them on February 14th for five dollars.”

The money made from the fundraiser will go into the Spanish Club’s funds to further community and social projects. 

“By buying flowers from us, you’re showing support to your school and community,” junior Brittany Ramirez said. “It will also help the Spanish Club fund their field trip and ways to complete community service hours.” 

The club would like more people to know about the Spanish Club. They hope the project will raise money and awareness for the group. 

“This is a very special fundraiser for the Spanish Club, because it is a very low profile club our members tried to find the best way to raise money,” junior Hatzire Estrada said. “The fundraiser helps appreciate everyone such as custodians and teachers, which I believe is very important on Valentines.”

For $5, the club is offering more than just a flower. There is a tasty treat also included. 

“I think that there’s a misconception that the $5 will only get you a rose, which is not true,” De Los Reyes said. “Students and staff who pay will also be able to get their valentine a box of chocolates and a card with a personalized note.”