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SNAP to host Gala event

SNAP to host Gala event

Story by: Colin Morris, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2014

Senior Night After Prom (SNAP) will host a Parent Fun Gala Sunday, Nov. 9 at Swanny’s Bar and Grill as a senior class fundraiser. The event will last from 4 to 8 p.m. “We will have a buffet style...

SNAP Consent Forms Available

Tickets on sale April 21
Story by: Samantha Casas April 17, 2014

SNAP tickets go on sale April 21 for $20. A SNAP representative will have a booth set up at all lunches. Students can pay in cash or check, the senior and their date must fill out the consent form.  SNAP...

Self-defense class in Large Commons April 9

Self-defense class in Large Commons April 9

Story by: Samantha Casas April 7, 2014

A self-defense class will take place Wednesday, April 9 in the large commons from 6:30-8:00 p.m. as a fundraiser to help SNAP. The class costs $10 for adults and $5 for students. All proceeds goes towards...

SNAP to host Chick-fil-a Spirit Night

Twenty percent of proceeds goes towards SNAP
Story by: Samantha Casas April 1, 2014

Cy-Creek SNAP Spirit sign Mr. Cy Creek and Homecoming King will face off in a Chick-n-minis eating contest tomorrow at Chick-fil-a on 1960 and Cutten. The fundraiser, hosted by SNAP, consists of Mr....

To SNAP, or not to SNAP

Story by: Samantha Casas, Editor in Chief February 11, 2014

Senior Night After Prom (SNAP) event holds on to its last hope as the SNAP committee fights to keep it from its first cancellation since its conception more than 20 years ago. The SNAP committee, replaced...

Ways to save SNAP

January 23, 2014

NEXT MEETING:  - Thursday, February 6th, 2014. 7 pm. WE STILL NEED 20 MORE PARENTS TO GET INVOLVED! WE HAVE A BUSY PARENT BUY OUT OF $20.14.!!!!!!! (tax-deductable). Other needs and Important Dates: Current...

SNAP in danger of cancellation

January 20, 2014

Senior Night After Prom meeting will be held this Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the small commons. So far only $3,000 have been raised out of the $30,000-$40,000 needed. SNAP President Kim Zapalac said...

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