Gallery: Club Fair

Students visited the quad Aug. 28 to learn more about the different clubs and extracurriculars they can become involved with.

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Gallery: Club Fair

Junior Genesis Jeffries talks to fellow members of Girls for Social Awareness Club Aug. 28. GSA club offered stickers to interested students. photo by Mary Massman

Junior Genesis Jeffries talks to fellow members of Girls for Social Awareness Club Aug. 28. GSA club offered stickers to interested students. photo by Mary Massman

Junior Genesis Jeffries talks to fellow members of Girls for Social Awareness Club Aug. 28. GSA club offered stickers to interested students. photo by Mary Massman

Junior Genesis Jeffries talks to fellow members of Girls for Social Awareness Club Aug. 28. GSA club offered stickers to interested students. photo by Mary Massman

by Mary Massman, Breaking News Editor

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The annual club fair was held in the quad Aug. 28 during activity one and two. Freshmen and sophomores attended the fair activity one, while juniors and seniors attended activity two.

During the fair, any club or extracurricular could set up posters and sign-up sheets at tables surrounding the quad. Many club moderators and club officers were stationed at their table both activities to recruit new members and answer questions from interested students.

Students are allowed to sign up for only one club, but there is no limit on the number of extracurriculars a student can sign up for. Clubs meet once a month on a designated day while extracurriculars have no set number of meetings and can meet as frequently as once a week.

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