Crayons, Computers, basketball

Crayons to Computers Club raises money that then goes over to the actual Crayons warehouse and is used to buy supplies such as back packs, binders, markers, ect, to provide on their shelves. Here teachers from underprivileged schools can pick up class room items for free.

Lauren Shassere

Crayons to Computers Club raises money that then goes over to the actual Crayons warehouse and is used to buy supplies such as back packs, binders, markers, ect, to provide on their shelves. Here teachers from underprivileged schools can pick up class room items for free.

Staying through all three games, the Crayons to Computers Club sold raffle tickets to the crowd as a follow up to their last at lunch fundraiser earlier that day. The raffle gave the crowd promises of themed prize baskets to take home at the end of the night.

“I like staying after school for the fundraisers because not only does it help the club, but it is a great way to get more involved in everything and have fun,” freshman Lilah Foley said.

Energized and eager to sell as much as they could the club representatives managed to raise over one hundred dollars’ worth of raffle tickets and donations.

The money is now to be sent over to the actual Crayons to Computers headquarters where it is to be used for buying school materials to give to underprivileged schools and students.

“This club is important because it helps schools who don’t have all the resources we have here at Sycamore,” freshman Kaitlyn Rasulis said.