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Culture Crew’s Silver Rush

Marimee Jules, Staff Writer

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  In the commons during both A and B lunch, all our clubs are volunteering to help with Silver Rush by selling food, and giving items, and services to help donate. All the money, of course, goes towards the Now I Can foundation. For the first time, Culture Crew (a new club this year)  will also participate in the fundraiser. They will choose a couple of cultures from all around the world, and make bracelets that are symbolic to the cultures. They will also make bracelets representing each cultures unique flag colors, traditions, and their ideas of beauty.
Each bracelet will either have a RHS in letters or the childrens’ names that we’ll be helping. The bracelets are going to represent happiness, hope, health, life, and many others. The bracelets will have a brief description of the meaning of the colors or beading, and purpose. Some of the cultures that will be represented are: Chinese, Native American, African, and Celtic (Irish & Scottish). Cultures will vary day to day to allow more of a variety.
   Culture Crew’s goals is aimed towards raising money for Silver Rush as well as displaying the uniqueness of each cultures ideas of beauty. Also, they want to stay away from culturally appropriating, and towards cultural appreciation. Allie Harvey, a member of Culture Crew, said, “I want people to get to know what Culture Crew is about as well as getting more involved in Silver Rush, The cultural bracelets provide a way to do that.” Abbey Jules, a officer in Culture crew, added by saying, “Making the bracelets represent these kids, and their struggles will give meaning to wearing the bracelets”

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