LRHS clubs show off options

Kaitlyn Harper – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – On Tuesday LRHS hosted a club fair in the courtyard before school.

Twenty-six clubs were present and members of each club ran their own booth. They had posters, flyers, and information on display for prospective members.

President of the Peer Tutoring Club senior Reva Gandhi said, “For me the best part of leading a club is that it’s a really good opportunity to build connections in school and help others.”

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Many clubs also had access codes to “Schoology” groups or “Reminds” available for Mustangs to join.

President of Lakewood Leaders senior Olivia D’orazio said, “I love being able to lead Lakewood Leaders and help pick out volunteer opportunities for students.”

LRHS discipline dean Thomas Bellantonio added, “I hope we can do this again next year as it was beneficially to all Mustangs and extracurricular organizations.”