Making History

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Students listen and learn about the upcoming activities. The club’s members will participate in many events throughout the school year.

Stephanie O'Drobinak

On Tuesday, Oct.13, the History Club met to discuss several upcoming events and activities. This chapter of the National History Club meets once every week in Mr. Clark’s room, C313.

“What I like most about it, [is] that it’s really interactive and you make a lot of friends. We also do this thing called the Vietnam project, and it’s where you find families and veterans [who] died in the Vietnam War and [you] make contact with them. I have already made contact with one [family] which is pretty cool. You get to know them personally and you get to know their [relative’s] story as well,” Michael Clark (11) said.

The meeting included information about the club’s upcoming Veteran’s Day Program, which will take place on Thursday, Nov. 12, in the gym.

“I am looking forward to it being a huge success because we are setting the stage for future assemblies. I am hoping that everything will run smoothly. The other officers and I get to MC the assembly and I am excited to do that, ” Jovana Dodevska (12) said.

As the History Club prepares for their big upcoming event, they are planning many more events and activities. If you have any questions, you can contact co-presidents Sarah Bredar at [email protected] or Jovana Dodevska at [email protected]
“What I like about History Club is that you essentially get to hang with your friends, learn about war veterans who have died in the war, learn so [many] new things. [I enjoy] all the different things that go on in there,” Michael Johnson (11) said.