Glen A. Wilson’s Associated Student Body (ASB) hosted its second Club Food Day of the school year on Mar. 22.
Multiple clubs gathered at the senior tables during lunch to sell a variety of snacks, meals and drinks in order to fundraise for activities.
Being the president of two clubs on campus, Justin Huh plans to make good use of the funds generated from Club Food Day.
“Firstly, the American Red Cross Club plans to use these funds to make our Homeless Lunch Packing event come to a reality! This event requires a great number of supplies and ingredients. On top of that, we plan to use these funds to buy new t-shirts for next year’s club members. In addition, FBLA plans to use these funds to help cover the financial expenses for our upcoming State Leadership Conference.”
From ordering to pick up, one of the most important parts of Club Food Day is preparing everything, explains Kiwin’s secretary Kyle Ngo.
“We made sure all of our popcorn chicken was all ordered and ready to be picked up by our advisor at the right time and communicated with her to know when and where to get the food from her,” Ngo said.
Fundraising money is what Club Food Day is all about, and choosing the right product to sell is also important to gain more sales.
“We decided to sell Costco chicken bakes because it always tends to be the hottest item at Club Food Day, as we have sold out every single year within the first 15 minutes!”
Some clubs have other reasons for participating, as it is a way to gain new members, explained Chess club vice president Cole Serrano.
“Club Food day helps clubs get recognized by unfamiliar students.”
ASB’s upcoming event will be prom which will be held on Apr. 30.