Art Fartsy or Otaku?!

Natalie Petticolas, Staff Writer

For the students who haven’t signed up for any clubs yet, or are still looking for a club that sounds fun to them, this is for you! There are still many, many clubs looking for members, and Lake City has quite a large variety of them. There are certain clubs you have to sign up for as a part of your schedule, but there are plenty after school clubs too. Like the anime club, for all you Otakus to just sit back and watch some anime, whether you prefer comedy or action. Anime Club is held every Friday from 2:30-4:00 in room A8 if you guys are interested. Or, if you’ve got a passion for art, Art Club is held every Tuesday from 2:30-3:30 in art room two.

Fun things to look forward to in art club include an art show in spring, field trips to the NIC art gallery, and a Christmas art sale. There is also a Lake City chess club looking for members, meeting on Thursdays at 2:30-3:45 in the library conference room. For those of you who enjoy feeling smarter than others, Chess Club also organizes tournaments and travels to regional tournaments. Now, for all you aspiring actors and actresses, drama club meets every Wednesday from 2:45-3:30, participating in improvisatory games, acting workshops, and all elements of play production. If you’re passionate about saving the earth from pollution and helping make the world greener, Eco-Action Team is the club for you. They meet once or twice a week from 2:30-3:30, and tend the Lake City High School Garden, which will compete in the 2014 Idaho Green Schools Challenge.

Game Creator Club has been making video games, webcomics, board games, and card games since 2004. Sound interesting to you? They meet every Tuesday from 2:30-4:30 in room C11. The Hope Club discusses human rights issues and raises money to support charities that help people every Monday from 2:40-3:15 in room D1. Lake city book club meets on Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:15 in room A8, with the mission of “spreading the joy of reading to others”. And if you’re more of a thrill seeker, Rock Climbing Club is the place for you. Rock Climbing Club meets every Thursday from 3:15-5:30 at the Kroc center. Benefits include free harnesses and chalk bag rentals during practice, a free lesson for the whole team at each practice, and a discount climbing wall punch card.

Of course, there are still a lot of options if none of these interest you. There are sports like basketball, and track, which we are held later in the year, and if you have your heart set on a certain club that is also a class, you could always sign up for it next year! Powderpuff is looking for girls people to join, and there are lots of school games and school planned activities available to you if you’re looking for enrichment.