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Bake sales and general or concession stands truly.
Are probably half the fund raising that our school system makes.
For the organization like most school districts these days it's -- school district has been forced to cut back.
So to keep things like bandit sports going students and parents -- forced to raise money themselves.
One way is through bake sales but right now a ban on bake sales recommend that department of public health is set to go into effect -- a few months.
The proposal is part nutrition bill that was passed a few years ago.
Minority whip representative Brad hill from -- -- says he was specifically told the time the bill would only affect school cafeterias and school vending machines.
We think that's government.
Getting to bed we think it's government telling us what we should and should not do.
When it comes to the health of our children.
The ban as it's written now what at least affect sales during school hours its part the department of public -- initiative to prevent childhood obesity.
They say a third of school aged children are overweight or obese.
We are really are focusing on creating.
A healthy environment for children in school so that they can focus on developing -- choices within a healthy set of options.
Morrow Flynt has four daughters and it's which schools -- runs the concession stand at basketball games.
She says the bottom line is cookies and cupcakes kids' diet these sales.
Are such a small percentage of what they're putting it to their bodies.
But a very large percentage of funding for important school events like sports -- what's -- graduation.
Bring kids together.
They raise necessary funds for.
It's the things needed within.
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