DECA Trick-or-Can: four stage process


Sami Krutz

DECA members throw up the DECA diamond after a successful round of collection. All the bags pictured and the ones gathered by the one group that had not returned in time for the photo were delivered to the Waukesha Food Pantry the next day. Back row: Iksha Dhawan (‘20), Emily Berger (‘20), Mikayla Utnemer (‘20), Rawan Hamadeh (‘20), Harshman Sihra (‘22), Rajat Mittal (‘19), and Brad Steinert (‘19). Front row: Lauren Roskopf (‘20), Maggie Conlon (‘20), Veda Menon (‘22), and Janani Sundar (‘19). (Photo from the 2018 Trick-or-Can).

Leah Cape and Stephanie Chen

A Wisconsin DECA initiative, Trick-or-Can involves members collecting canned good and other food items to donate to local food shelters. Last year, BC DECA collected over 500 items, contributing to WI DECA’s multi-thousand total. “I had a lot of fun assembling the bags with the officer team and distributing and collecting them with my friends,” said Sami Krutz (‘20), the 2018-2019 BC DECA VP of Community Service and one of this year’s co-presidents.

Leah Cape