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New club is on a roll

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From left, clockwise: Alissa DeLong, Vivian Pryor, science teacher Nathan Bell, Zoe Towell, Tri Jones, Ashten Wallace and Kaleb Vassar play the party game Apples to Apples at the board game club's first meeting.

From left, clockwise: Alissa DeLong, Vivian Pryor, science teacher Nathan Bell, Zoe Towell, Tri Jones, Ashten Wallace and Kaleb Vassar play the party game Apples to Apples at the board game club's first meeting.

From left, clockwise: Alissa DeLong, Vivian Pryor, science teacher Nathan Bell, Zoe Towell, Tri Jones, Ashten Wallace and Kaleb Vassar play the party game Apples to Apples at the board game club's first meeting.

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One of the newest clubs is the board game club, sponsored by Tracey Thompson and Christina Barrentine. Students in the club meet once a month after school for board gaming.

Ms. Thompson has contacted board game companies and several have said they are sending free games for the club. Ms. Thompson also said the club is thinking about having an event at the school on a Saturday that the public could come to.  

Students who attended the club’s first meeting said that it was fun. One of the students said that the club is a good way to meet new people.

” You can stay as long as you want, playing as many games as you want,” freshman Oscar Aguilar said. 

”Love the debate game ’Who Would Win’,” junior Tri Jones said. “Peter Pan would always win at golf.”

Mrs. Barrentine, who plays Dungeons and Dragons, said that they were thinking about having another a day for the students that want to play the popular role-playing game. 

According to Ms. Thompson, club could help students in class because you have to focus on the game which you can translate to your work habits in school.

Interested students can still join the club by going to the meetings. There is also a Google Classroom set up for the group. Contact Ms. Thompson or Mrs. Barrentine for information on how to sign up. As for now, the meeting will be on Fridays.

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