Q and A club hosts a bake sale

The Q and A club put on a bake sale for the Kansas City Center for Inclusion April 24.

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Q and A club members sell baked goods to students for the club’s bake sale April 24. The proceeds went towards the Kansas City Center for Inclusion. photo by Meghan Baker

by Meghan Baker, Photo Editor

The Q and A club hosted a bake sale in the commons during lunch April 24. The proceeds went towards Kansas City Center for Inclusion, an organization that provides a “safe welcoming community space where LGBTQIA+ individuals, their families, friends, and straight allies can come for education, resources, and activities” according to their website.

Students were welcome to different treats made by members of the Q and A club. Each item sold for $1 in the Commons on the left side of the Commons.

Senior and club member Charlotte Sturr wishes for the proceeds to help the Kansas City for Inclusion.

“We hope [the money] helps the center if they ever any meetings or anything like that,” said Sturr. “I know they host an equality prom, so it could help with funds for that.”