Carlmont clubs reflect on their achievements as the school year ends

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Carlmont clubs reflect on their achievements as the school year ends

The months between now and the end of school dwindle, and clubs work to complete all of their objectives.

The months between now and the end of school dwindle, and clubs work to complete all of their objectives.

Tyler Dartnell

The months between now and the end of school dwindle, and clubs work to complete all of their objectives.

Tyler Dartnell

Tyler Dartnell

The months between now and the end of school dwindle, and clubs work to complete all of their objectives.

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Throughout the year, clubs work to accomplish goals set at the beginning. Whether they have reached these goals or not, the year is coming to an end, and clubs strive to conclude the year on a positive note.

Many challenges are presented in which clubs have to overcome them, however, most have effectively completed many of their original objectives.

Some clubs go with what the year throws at them, but others have strict goals set from the beginning. One such club is Hope Brigade.

In Hope Brigade, we definitely achieved our main goals of the year to hold a successful toy drive and help children in need.”

— Jordan Lin

“In Hope Brigade, we definitely achieved our main goals of the year to hold a successful toy drive and help children in need. I think we did a good job increasing awareness for children with cancer and receiving help for them,” said Jordan Lin, a sophomore and a member of the Hope Brigade club.

Still, even after a successful year, clubs can always look to improve in following years.

“I believe that the club has done a good job of accomplishing their goals but more could always be done. The year went really well! There were a lot of great events that members could attend to give back to the community,” Elizabeth Kravtchenko, a sophomore and a member of Key Club, said.

One main accomplishment was the many events that Key Club members attended to better their awareness of what’s happening society and to improve their community.

“It has been a great year with many objectives reached. One of which was the production of bracelets for kids with cancer to help them during a hard time. I feel most if not all objectives were met by the end of the year,” Tomas Ronderos, a sophomore, said.

Ronderos is content with the progress Hope Brigade made during the year as they continue to support and comfort kids in need through acts of donating and spreading awareness.

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