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Flannel Friday Club

With the many amazing clubs available at Canyon, here is one of our newest
President and Vice-President of Flannel Friday Club, Kyle Bayle (12) and Aaron Chen (12), pose for a quick photo. (Photo Courtesy of Hailey Bayle)

Do you want to get involved in the school and our community? Our campus has many different clubs for community service opportunities, including Key Club, Canyon Interact, and more. These types of clubs allow students to give back to their community and offer service hours to serve those in need and make a positive change. Anyone can open a club, and here is one of the more recent clubs available for you to join and become part of. 

This year, Flannel Friday is a new club that was founded by Kyle Bayle (12), and Aaron Chen (12). The point of Flannel Friday is  “holding clothing drives so that we can help the community” according to Kyle Bayle (12), president of the FF club. Holding clothing drives is a great way to help members of our community. “The number one shortage at homeless shelters is actually clothing surprisingly.” Kyle Bayle shared with us. We also spoke with Kyle about why he started this club. “The point of making the club is just to help the community and find a way to be involved. Our club mainly focuses on things outside the campus. The point on the campus is to bring the campus together to help support our cause and wear flannels on Fridays to help represent it.” Bringing the campus together is a great way to make a difference. With more people helping, greater changes can be accomplished. Additionally, we asked Kyle how anyone on campus can join the club to be part of the change. “You can join by talking to any of our board members and they’ll help you out. Otherwise, you can join our Remind at @chsffc and you’ll be able to join there.” If you have any questions or want to join the Flannel Friday Club, then reach out to the board members, including Kyle Bayle, Aaron Chen, and Hailey Bayle.

Overall, Flannel Friday is a great club because it inspires people to make a difference even if it’s not a super drastic change. We have a lot of clubs that involve volunteering but, Flannel Friday is unique because of the thoughtfulness behind it and the fact that many people have clothes that can be donated, they just might not know what to do with them yet. 

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