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Photography Club’s First Meeting of the Year

Photography Club’s First Meeting of the Year
A camera from 1950 that guest speaker Linus Johnson brought to the club meeting. He also talked to the students about his career in photography and tools he uses in his everyday life. (Photo courtesy of Ellie Bruno)

On Thursday September 27, Photography Club met in room 223 to introduce new members and some new changes to the club this year. With new leadership in place, the club has new goals and hopes for this school year.  

“[There’s going to be] a lot of communication and after-school stuff,” said Julie Rowe in an interview. As a member of the club the year prior, she knows what worked last year and what didn’t. “I want to teach them more about how to like, use cameras and stuff like that,” said Rowe. Instead of giving students the job of taking pictures, Rowe wants to incorporate more field trips, lessons and speakers into the club’s activities.

In regards to any large events or goals, Rowe is planning a cooperation with Saving Grace — an adoption organization that rescues pets. “We go over there, we take pictures of the events and send it [to Saving Grace].” Ambitious projects like these are going to help improve both the quality of the club and the skill set of members.

The new administration for this club is hoping to take the group in a different, positive direction in hopes of making it more interactive and fun. Photography Club is shooting for the stars to make this school year the best it can be. The interest meeting is during A lunch on Thursday, September 27 in room 223. Come in and learn what other new changes are coming to the club’s activities!


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