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Club Fair allows students to explore interests

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Club Fair allows students to explore interests

Juniors Kelly Zhang and Angie Mara display their enthusiasm for Anime Club at last year’s Club Fair.

Juniors Kelly Zhang and Angie Mara display their enthusiasm for Anime Club at last year’s Club Fair.

Juniors Kelly Zhang and Angie Mara display their enthusiasm for Anime Club at last year’s Club Fair.

Juniors Kelly Zhang and Angie Mara display their enthusiasm for Anime Club at last year’s Club Fair.

Janelle Medrano, Reporter

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The annual school Club Fair gives students the opportunity to tour club booths, acquire information from club members and join activities which pique their interests.

Toni Normand, Director of Student Activities, said, “Last year we held the Club Fair in the afternoon, but since many students complained about how hot it was, we decided to switch the fair to the morning. By doing so, the students will be able to walk around the courtyard and have a better view of the different clubs.”

More than 30 clubs will take part in the fair with club members and advisers hosting the booths and answering questions from students.

The Academy choices feature a wide variety, including service clubs Leo, Interact, OUR and Soroptimist; and clubs of special interest such as Lit Corps, Japanese Anime, Robotics, Library, OML Math and Speech team.

Interact co-president Theresa Ginter said, “During the Club Fair, we are planning to involve students by allowing them to play a game and also offer candy to those who sign up. The club members and I are trying our best to make the booth appealing in order for students to come over and take a look at what we do. We are all hoping that students will view our service club as an exciting way to get more involved in the community.”

The Club Fair on Sept. 19 will allow students to learn more about extracurricular activities and opportunities to engage in school-related projects.

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Club Fair allows students to explore interests