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Baking for kids

A foursome of South Surrey friends have made a tasty effort to help BC Childrens’ Hospital Foundation.

Chantrell Creek Elementary students Trisha Neelakant, 11, and 12-year-olds Grace Yang, Emily McFadden and Alma Nukovic raised more than $100 for the foundation through a bake sale.

The event was the third of its kind hosted by the girls, all of which featured homemade goods decorated to fit the theme of the charity.

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