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‘Popcorn Friday’ is a winner for students

Students at Harrington Sound Primary School were treated to cinema tickets along with a school donation, thanks to a cottage business run by a businessman and photographer Antwan Albuoy.

‘Popcorn Friday’ sprang from a bake sale fundraiser begun last year by Mr Albuoy that grew into a business, Crave Popcorn. Part of the proceeds from his Popcorn Fridays go toward schools. “How it gets used is up to the schools themselves,” he said.

In the case of Harrington Sound, a $500 donation will go toward the science lab. He hopes to double the donation by the end of this school term.

Mr Albuoy hopes to use his business for fund raisers at the Berkeley Institute and CedarBridge Academy next.

Useful website: www.facebook.com/cravepopcorn.

Antwan Albuoy presents Harrington Sound Primary School tP1 teacher Shalley-Ann Bassett and her class a cheque worth $500, from Antwan Albuoy, together with 14 movie tickets ten from Speciality Cinema and four from Mr Albuoy, for being the class that ordered the most popcorn during Popcorn Fridays, when Mr Albuoy sold popcorn at the school between September to December in 2012.

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Published January 25, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 24, 2013 at 11:48 pm)

‘Popcorn Friday’ is a winner for students

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