The Andover Townsman
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Andover High School is holding its first-ever Club Showcase on Wednesday, May 15, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The event, in the high school cafeteria, will give incoming eighth-graders as well as current high school students a chance to check out some of the many clubs at the school.
“The showcase will be a chance for students to `show off’ the work and fun they’ve had in their clubs this year, among friends, family and incoming students,” said Assistant Principal Mark Seide, who is organizing the event. “We’re planning on refreshments and a raffle with money going to one lucky club represented at the Showcase.”
Members of 20 of the school’s 65 clubs will be on hand, he said, including Art Club, College-Preparation Club, Show Choir/Chamber Choir, Interact Club, Mock Trial Team, Model UN, Andover Robotics Club, Gamer Club, UNICEF Club, Key Club, Generation Collaboration Club, Troop KBG (Kick Butt Girls), Origami Club, Gay-Straight Alliance, AHS Peer Mediation and Newspaper Club.
Additional clubs may also participate, Seide said. For more information, email Seide at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 978-623-8637.