The Amnesty International Club from Centreville High School held its fourth annual coffeehouse on January 21st, 2017 at the Korean Central Presbyterian Church as a fundraiser for Asha Jyothi. 21 students took part in the 14 performances, which ranged from singing to dancing to the playing of musical instruments. Admission was only $5 and throughout the event, raffle tickets were sold to raise money for the cause. Food from many different cultures was served during intermission as well, and the samosas were an audience favorite. There was a photo booth for attendees and even a henna tattoo artist. The event was led by the Amnesty Board Members, Pooja Karandikar, Jenny Kim, Sungjoo Park, Rachel Hong, and Diane Choi, as well as the Event Committee of the club. At the end of the night, the Amnesty International Club raised $317.98, all of which was donated to Asha Jyothi to contribute to their education campaigns for children in India.

 

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