Market Day 2.0

Market Day was a unique culinary activity that brought with it many hard learned lessons and experiences. The wind was an unanticipated hindrance that blew us away as well as our posters and emotional well-being. As the preparation progressed tension grew with many groups having to exercise patience. Some products may or may not have been edible by the time customers arrived. For example some hazardous milkshakes and some strange looking hotdogs. One of the brave recipients of these was the courageous Cargill who valiantly sampled every topping on the one hotdog.

The general consensus was that market day was a success with many groups receiving a respectable profit. A smiling South and a zany Zwart supervised the day and were a great help to all the groups. They managed the income of adversity and will now take stock of their success.

– Tyler Cruse (10SN) and Shaun Liew (10CJ)

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