Club Carnival

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Club Carnival was held in the grass area on October 19th. Several booths and signs were put up by different clubs to try to attract students to come to their booths. Some of the clubs included Drama Club, Artistic Minds Club, and Filipino Club. Some of the clubs were selling food and drinks like cookies, pizza, and soda, or giving things away for free like Canyon cups to get people to check out their clubs. The Red Cross Club had someone dress up as their mascot, a blood drop. A lot of clubs were trying to help with certain problems like world hunger or climate awareness. The Drama Club was really popular because they were spreading the word before club carnival.

Clubs are important because it gives the students a chance to do activities they are interested in and have fun. Clubs keep students involved with school activities. Without clubs, students wouldn’t get to expand on their interests.

*Courtesy of Drama Club

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