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SCC’s Aktion Club is Selling Dewey’s Bakery Products


The Aktion Club at Surry Community College is hosting a fundraising effort with Dewey’s Bakery. The students have set up shop within The Addition at 124 Moore Avenue in Downtown Mount Airy. The store is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The club will also be hosting a pop-up store at the SCC Bookstore in the C Building, Surry Community College, 630 S. Main Street, Dobson on Monday, Dec. 9 and Tuesday, Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. The public is welcome.

Suzanne Stewart stands at the entrance to Dewey’s Bakery
Suzanne Stewart of Mount Airy likes welcoming people to The Addition where the Aktion Club is selling Dewey’s Bakery products and handmade star bows to raise money for local charities.

Products for sale include Moravian sugar cakes, a variety of Moravian cookies, cheese straws, and hot chocolate mixes. The club is also selling beautiful star bows created by the members during their job skills training class. The club’s main focus is community service. Monies raised through the holiday sales will benefit non-profit organizations in the area.

Photo of Ben Jackson holding a Dewey's Bakery Holiday Store sign
Ben Jackson of Mount Airy encourages people to shop for Dewey’s Bakery Products in a mini shop set up by the Aktion Club in The Addition.

The Aktion Club was created for adults with special needs through Kiwanis International and is made up of members enrolled in the Creating Successful Learners program which is a part of Surry’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program. The program is designed specifically for adults with developmental disabilities and autism. The focus of these classes is to improve the individual’s independence by acquiring necessary basic life skills from math and reading to job development.

For more information on ABE classes for those with developmental disabilities or brain trauma, contact Nichole Shores at (336) 386-3441 or For more information, specifically on Surry’s Aktion Club, contact Diane Barnett at

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