Clubs and Activities Fair 2021


The Bark News

Tables set up for club promotion at a clubs & activities fair.

On Thursday, September 23, Montrose students in grades six through twelve gathered in the A&A during Common Homeroom for the annual Activities Fair. Like many years before, the fair was a success and many girls got involved with new clubs and activities. The wide variety of clubs gave each girl a chance to find a club to suit her enjoyment and to explore the different activities to spark new interests. Some clubs give you a chance to write creatively or do work with the arts, while some would evoke the leader in you or help you speak up for others. The clubs vary from low to high commitment levels, so even if you are busy, you are sure to find at least one club to fit your schedule. As a sixth grader, the club gave me the opportunity to get more involved with Montrose, as I signed up for Admissions Ambassadors, Bake-a-Change, Soldier Support, and of course, the Looking Glass Newspaper! Cara Knight ‘28 said: “I think the clubs will be a really fun experience.  You will get to meet new people, try new things, and maybe even find new passions!  I’m really excited to be able to be a part of the clubs and can’t wait to see what they are all about!”

 The fair would not have happened without the help of all the club leaders who put together amazing posters, displays and lots of sweet treats. It made the A&A look even more colorful and vibrant than it already is. By the end of the fair, the tables were overflowing with more and more sign-up sheets and less and less candy that the clubs were giving out for signed up members! So in short, the Clubs and Activities Fair was a success, and many girls have gotten more involved in the Montrose community!


Clare Olohan ‘28, Staff Writer