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The Club Fair

Picture of Emma Clark and Aspen Johnson members of the FBLA club in front of their snack cart.
Angela Lukesh
Picture of Emma Clark and Aspen Johnson members of the FBLA club in front of their snack cart.

Clubs are a big part of school culture, you don’t have to play an instrument, sing, dance, or play a sport in order to feel involved. Palisade High School recently held its annual club fair on Monday, showcasing the wide array of extracurricular activities available to students. The event was a vibrant and bustling affair, with each club setting up booths decorated with posters and banners, eager to attract new members. From academic clubs like the FCCLA to artistic ones such as the Art Society and Drama Club, there was something for everyone to explore.

The club fair served as an excellent opportunity for students to discover their passions and interests outside of the classroom. In an interview with Katy Arcady she stated, “I really liked how all the clubs you could join were just right there. You don’t have to walk around not knowing where one is, it’s very useful to have it in just one section. I’m also planning on joining the FBLA club. It sounds really interesting.” When asked if she liked that freshman had to join a club she said, “I think it’s a good thing because it helps freshman get involved in school if they don’t like sports and want to do something different.”
Representatives from each club were present, ready to answer questions and provide information about their respective organizations. This allowed students to gain valuable insight into what each club entailed and how they could get involved. Moreover, the fair fostered a sense of community among students, as they mingled with peers who shared similar hobbies or aspirations. Overall, Palisade High School’s club fair proved to be an exciting platform for students to explore new horizons and connect with like-minded individuals in pursuit of their passions.


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Angela Lukesh, Staff Member
Hello Palisade High School students, my name is Angela and I am a junior here at Palisade. I joined the newspaper class because everyone here resembles a family. This is my second year in the Palisade Paw Post. I moved to Grand Junction three years ago from Arizona. I love traveling and have been to many places and I’ve got the chance to experience different cultures. One of the best places I have visited is Seattle Washington. I am really excited to get to know all the new team members at the Paw Post this year.
Hayleigh Wing, News Editor
Hello! I am Hayleigh Wing, a sophomore. This is my second year at the Palisade Paw Post. I am the News editor. I play soccer for both the school and Fire FC. My hobbies include thrifting, reading, and hiking. Currently, I am obsessed with music, mostly Deftones and Brent Faiyaz, and sour candy. I have lived in Colorado my entire life and many years to come. Let's make this school year a good one!!
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