International Club Hosts Fundraising Dinner

ICCS International Club Hosts International Fundraiser Dinner

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School’s International Club hosted an International Night fundraiser on Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the Cathedral parish hall.  The festive event was a culinary adventure for guests who enjoyed a variety of appetizers, entrees, and desserts with origins in Colombia, Russia, Viet Nam, Italy, Egypt, Mexico, and Japan. Profits will help fund the ICCS time-honored tradition, the Silver Bells Dance in December.

The International Club was created to increase cultural awareness and foster intercultural friendships throughout ICCS’s diverse school community. Members learn about new cultures while sharing traditions of their own and participate in cultural activities, tasting ethnic foods, celebrating holidays, and researching other countries.

Photo: ICCS International Club students add the finishing touches to the food selection at the International Club fundraiser on Oct. 30. Profits will help fund ICCS’s traditional Silver Bells dance in December.

Posted by June LaPorta at 11:47 AM