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Come Join the Spanish Club

Day of the Dead masks line a table in a Spanish classroom.

Day of the Dead masks line a table in a Spanish classroom.

Photo by j. brady

Day of the Dead masks line a table in a Spanish classroom.

Photo by j. brady

Photo by j. brady

Day of the Dead masks line a table in a Spanish classroom.

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Seniors Hannah Sundquist, Gigi Hunn, and Lauren Prescott are bringing a new club to life this year: the Spanish Club. This club will be meeting every silver Tuesday after school, from 3:00-4:30 in Spanish teacher Julie Doyle’s room.

   “I’m president because I really enjoy learning not only the language but about the Spanish culture,” Prescott said. “My goals for the club are to get people to come and just have a good time expanding their knowledge of Spanish, especially without having the pressure of a class.”

The club will be celebrating famous Spanish holidays such as Day of the Dead and Mardi Gras. Currently, the group is working to create a group pinata. Members enjoy new authentic foods at every meeting.

“It’s fun and exciting to be in a club with people who enjoy Spanish as much as you do,” sophomore Hannah Coleman, a member of the club, said.

They are still looking for more people to join, as the club currently has only six members..

“Spanish club is so fun,” sophomore Kaitlyn Russell, another club member, said. “We get to do cool activities and get to know more about the culture, and everyone there is so nice.”

It is not too late to sign up, and everyone is encouraged to get involved.