Mirror Lake Middle School Coyote Cafe--A World Away
As reported by KTUU, students at Mirror Lake Middle School are blending and serving up sweet treats to help empower girls in another country. Akela Byrne, jill Gates, Emalee Nightingale, Amelia Nuss, and Linsay Potter, students, with Danelle Jefson, teacher, and Alex Hagler, Principal.
Every Friday, the Coyote Cafe opens to students ready to get their hands on hot chocolate, a pastry or mango banana smoothie.
All of the money raised from the cafe goes to help girls a world away at the Malawi Children's Village in Africa, specifically to the empowering girls through education club.
The cafe is run as a group effort and each girl has a specific job.
The cafe is only open 1 day a week and on average brings in between $140 and $150. On busy days, that amount is even higher.
Last year, the Coyote Cafe raised $2,500. So far this year they're at $1,500.
Thank you for helping to support girls in Malawi through your fundraising efforts. You are who makes ASD and our community great!