On March 14, Forest Lake Christian School hosted its 11th annual Apprentice Day.
The class project was organized with the goal of having the senior class compete in a limited group format to produce, market and sell a product.
The senior class, with the support of more than 30 businesses, raised about $4,600 for Livingwell Medical Clinic, a nonprofit located in Grass Valley.
A presentation was made March 19 to the employees of Livingwell.
The Forest Lake Christian senior project students sold lunch and various desserts to junior high through 11th-grade students, as well as to family and friends associated with the event.
Students were thankful that they could support Livingwell, said Lisa Zea, Forest Lake Christian High School principal.