Clay Club

Darian Martin, Staff Writer

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A newly founded school club has sparked the interest of the school. But what is it? Run by Ms. Smith, this year’s new art teacher, “Clay Club” is a chance for students who are interested in art, specifically clay, to come learn and test their skill after school hours. “Clay Club” is on Wednesdays after school until “around 4:30,” said Smith. Clay Club members work on any clay project during the club; some students learn how to throw on the wheel. Some students just independently better their clay skills, taking advantage of the after school hours to practice their art. Others just like to have “one on one time” with Smith to advance their ceramic skills. “I’m currently working towards mastering the wheel,” said senior Amy Jo Tavernier, an original club goer who pushed Smith to start the club. The club is a great way to better ceramic skills and should be taken advantage of by the students of TRHS because there is no cost to join the club and for the simple fact that it is a fun club in which to participate. “It’s a really fun time hanging with friends and making art,” said Tavernier.

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