Great turnout at StuCo club feast

Kami Bussmann, Staff Writer

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Manhattan High Student Council has a tradition that brings the clubs at the school together to create a better environment for the school: a club feast.

“The idea is to get all the clubs together to talk with each other and encourage fellowship between clubs,” sophomore class president Hannah Higgins said.

The whole idea of the club feast that happens every year is to bring the clubs closer with food and lots of chit chat to ultimately bring the Manhattan High clubs more together as a whole.

This year it was held on Tuesday, Dec. 5. It was an overall success but had some mishaps within it.

“There was a slight confusion of what time the event started but that didn’t rip the integrity from it at all,” Higgins said. “There were intramurals so at the beginning the turnout was good but not as good as the end.”

StuCo sophomores are in charge of making the feast happen. Sophomores volunteer to chair the event planning. The sophomore chairs this year were Bronwynn Bliss and Tanya Singh.

“I just volunteered,” Bliss said. “Sophomores are in charge of it ,so I was like sign me up.”

After the sign up, Bliss and Singh sent out invitations to all the clubs at Manhattan High and met with the freshmen to start planning the theme. The theme that was picked was Winter Wonderland because of the winter season.

“Our main job in the freshman class StuCo for club feast was to pick a theme and come up with ideas for and buy decorations,” freshman class president Zach Paquette said.

Each club is assigned a different side dish to bring. The members of StuCo chip in for the feast as well.

“Within StuCo we assign different classes to bring different things, but sophomores bring the main dishes,” Bliss said.

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Great turnout at StuCo club feast