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Oak Bay High school students Mia Kennedy, front, Ellsa Stauft, Emma Fulton, Cetareh Mohsenzadeh-Green, Yuri Sekita and Sunny Lin sell baking by donation to raise money for the Phillipine relief fund last weekend.  - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Oak Bay High school students Mia Kennedy, front, Ellsa Stauft, Emma Fulton, Cetareh Mohsenzadeh-Green, Yuri Sekita and Sunny Lin sell baking by donation to raise money for the Phillipine relief fund last weekend.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

Oak Bay High school students Mia Kennedy, front, Ellsa Stauft, Emma Fulton, Cetareh Mohsenzadeh-Green, Yuri Sekita and Sunny Lin sell baking by donation to raise money for the Phillipine relief fund last weekend. The students raised $2,100 in just two days.

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