Cook Elementary Students Raise Money For Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
March 29-1st grade students in Mrs. Dalynn Murphy's class at Cook Elementary School in Grand Blanc Township operated the D-Town Café today and today only as part of a class project to raise money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at Hurley Medical Center.
Jeremiah Jones, 7, works in the kitchen of the
D-Town Cafe in Mrs. Dalynn Murphy's first grade class
at Cook Elementary School in Grand Blanc Township on Wednesday
According to Mrs. Murphy, students were responsible for every aspect of the café, from menu selections to marketing to profit analysis.
Profits to go to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at Hurley Medical Center
Students also chose Hurley Medical Center, a Children's Miracle Network Hospital, to be the recipient of all monies raised.
Even Miss Michigan stopped by!
Elizabeth Wertenberger, the reigning Miss Michigan, visited the student-run café.
Miss Michigan, Elizabeth Wertenberger,
gives her drink order to Josie Kraemer, age 7
According to Murphy, students were responsible for every aspect of the café, from menu selections to marketing and profit analysis.
Cook Elementary School first grade student Elisa Doudna, 7,
takes an order from Ron Hatt of Grand Blanc Township
The café sold brownies, muffins, ice cream and other snacks to parents, teachers, fellow students and Miss Michigan.
Elise Dupras, 7, serves her parents Nicole and Jeff Dupras
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