Club Fair a success

Sarah Nguyen, Senior Journalist

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MHS hosted its annual club fair with an addition of many new groups. This year, students have new programs and clubs available, like 4-H, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Women’s Club, Young Republicans, and Young Democrats. These new programs are planned to offer students more opportunities to participate. The fair was set up Sept. 7 outside the cafeteria at lunch.

When asked, Tyler Irby said, “I really liked the club fair. I didn’t know there were this many clubs at the high school.” The Women’s Club got the highest number of students to sign up — 78. However, the club fair isn’t the only day students can sign up to join a club or program. Someone who missed the club fair can still talk to the club sponsor about joining.

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