Last year, the fundraiser brought in nearly $7,000 for the club. “Power Hour we focus on STREAM activities which is science, technology, reading, engineering, arts and mathematics, and so it’s like basically a second school for them kind of thing, educational stuff and um the funds will really help us to get um like new curriculum.” Says Teagan Davis, Power Hour Coordinator.
Donated money will be used to help the club’s Power Hour program.
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