New Club Lets You Color Your Cares Away
January 18, 2017
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Do you like to color? Are you looking for a new after-school activity? Then Color Club is for you!
Color Club is a new club that sophomore Caroline Brady created to get people who wanted an after-school activity that would help them meet people and just color.
Brady decided she needed an afterschool activity to keep busy and wanted to create a club. The idea was sparked when she was inside coloring on a rainy day and thought that coloring would be a great concept for her club.
“We thought no one would join,” admits Brady, though the club has proven to be successful so far.
The meetings, which happen every Tuesday, include coloring in coloring books, listening to music, and eating snacks that relate to the color of the week.
Students have joined Color Club to hang out with friends and to have the comfort of a fun after-school activity at the end of a long day.
“I really like coloring and relaxing after school!” Adds sophomore Katherine Anderson.
More people join all the time, making Color Club an ideal place to hang out with friends and make new ones.
The students in Color Club really enjoy participating and usually even run out of time.
The club has a system with a president, vice president, and secretary, which makes the organization of the club much simpler.
“It’s really easy if you have the right people,” says Color Club’s administrator Alicia Brady.
Mrs. Brady discloses that Color Club is more than she expected! Although the club seems like just time to sit and color, they involve themselves in many activities. They have created coloring baskets for people in the hospital, are about to do a Color-a-thon, and do tie-dye.
Color Club has progressed quickly and is a creative way to let out stress, make art, and just entertain yourself.