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2/19/2014 9:34:00 AM
Flower Power!
Student council delivers 100 flowers, 25 candy boxes
CVHS Student Council members, from left, Logan DeHamer, a freshman, and seniors Kekoa Bighorse and Kaley Cooper, deliver Flower-grams  long-stemmed red roses and/or boxed candy with Valentine messages  this past Wednesday to students and staff. Photo by Salina Sialega
CVHS Student Council members, from left, Logan DeHamer, a freshman, and seniors Kekoa Bighorse and Kaley Cooper, deliver Flower-grams long-stemmed red roses and/or boxed candy with Valentine messages this past Wednesday to students and staff. Photo by Salina Sialega
Top Photo: Olivia Schmidt
Bottom photo, Christian Gonzales
Photo by Salina Sialega
Top Photo: Olivia Schmidt
Bottom photo, Christian Gonzales Photo by Salina Sialega

Salina Sialega
Chino Valley Review


Chino Valley High School Student Council members played Cupid for the morning this past Thursday, making early deliveries with Flower-grams the day before Valentine's Day.

They delivered about 100 long-stemmed red roses, 25 boxes of candy or a combination of both, with a special message attached to each. For several weeks, the student council took orders from just about anyone - students, teachers, staff or parents. The Flower-gram project was a fundraiser for the student council.

Teams of student council members entered classrooms and offices with their deliveries. You could pretty much say it made everyone's day to get a Flower-gram.

In math class, Adriana Vasquez, a sophomore, received a rose from her cousin Deisy Molinero, a freshman, while seniors Jamie Thompson and Olivia Schmidt were all smiles when they read notes attached to roses sent by their mothers.

Senior Christian Gonzales' mouth dropped open as he read that his Flower-gram was from his friend Taz' mother.

"That's so nice," Christian exclaimed.

One student, Shawnee Clarida, got three roses from different people, and several Flower-grams came from anonymous senders, one signed "from your anonymous lover." Not sure how that could happen anonymously, but, oh well.

Overall, council members said the Flower-grams were a "good fundraiser" for the council.








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