Multi-Cultural Club Hosts Kids Night Out

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Multi-Cultural Club Hosts Kids Night Out

Club members and kids prepared to play Jenga in the cafeteria.

Club members and kids prepared to play Jenga in the cafeteria.

Gabriella DiFlorido

Club members and kids prepared to play Jenga in the cafeteria.

Gabriella DiFlorido

Gabriella DiFlorido

Club members and kids prepared to play Jenga in the cafeteria.

STAFF WRITER Christina Sang, Contributing Writer

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The MHS Multicultural Club hosted its third annual Kids Night Out Fundraiser on Feb. 14. Club members babysit children while the parents also enjoy an evening out. More than 60 students from kindergarten through sixth grade enjoyed activities including board games, arts and crafts, coloring, face-painting, jump rope and dodgeball.

Following the club’s first fundraiser of the year, a Christmas season candle sale, the group, run by President Ashley Liu and Vice-President Rebekah Varghese and sponsored by Guidance Counselor William Peck, hosts this event to raise money for the Aclamo Family Center and Cecil & Bean’s Soup Kitchen, local charitable organizations situated in Norristown.

The fundraiser raised more than $1,000.

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  • A club member holds the Twister spinner for one of the kids.

    Mya Williams

  • Multi-cultural club member Stephanie was one of the evening's face painters.

    Mya Williams

  • Multicultural Club students painted kids' faces in the cafeteria.

    Mya Williams

  • Hula hooping was one of the activities children could participate in while in the boys gymnasium.

    Trisha Patel

  • Caitlin Alano teaches a little girl how to double dutch.

    Gabriella DiFlorido

  • Club members and kids prepared to play Jenga in the cafeteria.

    Gabriella DiFlorido

  • Varsha Bhat, freshman, sits with one of the children who opted to get her face painted.

    Gabriella DiFlorido

  • Matt Tang, a freshman, helped out at the face-painting station.

    Christina Sang

  • A child is engrossed in coloring while at the event.

    Christian Sang

  • (from left) Hira Khattak and Amy Ouyang, high school seniors, helped the kids play Headbanz.

    Christina Sang

  • Ashley Liu, senior and club president, plays Twister with some of the children participating in the event.

    Christina Sang

  • A child participating in the event displays her unicorn face paint.

    Christina Sang

  • Abby Thornton, freshman, displays one the Multicultural Club shirts worn by club members at the fundraiser.

    Christian Sang

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