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Club Rush – The Hype For All Bruin Clubs

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Freshman Austin Cloyd signs up for Key Club during Club Rush on Sept. 20.

The Club Rush for this year has brought many smiles to student’s faces, whether it being from the food, gifts or just having a fun time exploring all different kinds of activities throughout each club.
There are many clubs at Bear River and what Club Rush gave students was the chance to get to know each one individually and to join a club for the fun of it.
Izzy Ryan is part of the Hiking Club, which brings people together and gets them outside.
“The Hiking Club is run by Lily Stefan, who is president of the club and helps run it along with Mrs. Barmeyer,” Ryan said. “The club is basically where we get together as groups and go hiking in nature.”
Not all students know what the clubs are and what they’re about, but thanks to Club Rush, it gives them the opportunity to discover them.
“Not many people know about the clubs. When they come, they see all the tables and ask questions and get to know more,”says Maliya Mendoza, a senior and one that helped out with the senior class booth, LEO, and Key Club booths. “There’s so many that get involved at this school and I like seeing that.”
Activities director Jessica Lee liked how the event brought awareness to what Bear River has to offer.
“I know the clubs felt it went really well. The signups were good, and kids were learning we have more clubs than they are aware of on our campus,” she said.
However, not many people actually came to Club Rush just for the clubs. Many of the students went to buy treats and little gifts from each booth, helping earn money for each club.
“I went to In-n-Out because it’s the first one that caught my eye. Might run up to Crumble Cookies real quick,” says Vanessa Torres.
Some came for the clubs AND the food.
“I like the Chick-Fil-A, even though it’s a little overpriced, it’s still good,” senior Judah Duffy said “It’s a little expensive but it’s better than driving down to Chick-Fil-A and getting it yourself.
“I’m thinking of joining the Construction Club since I’m already in the class. So I figure I should probably join the club.”
But regardless of who came for what, Club Rush still managed to bring people together to learn more about Bear River and what they have in store for students this year.

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Reanne Meszaros
Reanne Meszaros, Staff Writer
Reanne Meszaros is a freshman at Bear River High School. She is the youngest daughter, loves sketching and wants to be a historian in the future. She played soccer since she was in kindergarten and plans to play for Bear River.
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