Club fair was a success


Cameron Smale

Hispanic Honor Society students set up tables in the media center to distribute information.

Cameron Smale, Editor

The club fair had such a big turnout on the first day that principal Tom Lietz decided a second day was not necessary. Held in the media center, large numbers of students left the lunchroom to attend, and of pamphlets and information were shared.

Cameron Smale
The Conspiracy Theory club, a place for students to discuss various mysteries, was featured at the fair.

Clubs are expected to gain a large amount of new members because of this big turnout.

“I think it was a great opportunity for the sophomores to get a feel for what our school has to offer,” junior Aidan Huyghe said. “The club fair was helpful for encouraging new participants to join, because it gave them a chance to talk to people who run the clubs.”

All clubs are satisfied about the fair and are looking forward to working with their new members.

“I’m in Leadership club because it’s something I really like to do but not a lot of people know about it,” senior Jaclyn Duff said. “This was my opportunity to spread the word about it.”