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StuCo hosts sixth annual Clubsgiving

StuCo invited clubs to partake in a Thanksgiving-style potluck Wednesday, Nov. 15
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By Stella Harryman
Having a blast, sophomore Stella Beins competes in a pie eating contest at clubsgiving.

Over 200 students attended StuC0’s annual Clubsgiving event Wednesday, Nov. 15 in the commons. Students ate potluck style dinner and participated in Thanksgiving trivia Kahoot live, Thanksgiving-themed coloring pages and a pie eating contest.

Junior StuCo member Kenzie Johnson explains why Clubsgiving is an important event and the work that goes into it.

“Clubsgiving is an important tradition at Mill Valley because it’s an opportunity for all our clubs to get together and celebrate our involvement in our school,” Johnson said. “People had to organize registration, food sign-ups, decorations, the Kahoot and social media posts. Night of the event we showed up early to help set up and assign jobs to different people.”

Senior Sully Suderman said he appreciated some opportunities students experience at Clubsgiving.

“It’s such a cool tradition because it brings a lot of different people from different clubs together. It gives you an opportunity to interact with people you wouldn’t normally talk to,” Suderman said. “The atmosphere of the event was just very welcoming and it was obvious that everyone was having a good time.”

Johnson describes her favorite parts of the event.

“My favorite part was the Kahoot because it was funny to try and guess answers in a short amount of time with friends and the people around you,” Johnson said. “The atmosphere was very positive and lighthearted. Clubsgiving is super casual and low-key so it’s very freeing. We are just there to eat food and have fun.”

As the pie-eating contest winner, Suderman said it was an event he’ll never forget.

“My favorite part was definitely the pie-eating contest. It’s part of the Clubsgiving traditions,” Suderman said. “It was a lot of fun except that the pie was almost completely frozen. In the end I thought it was pretty funny that I won.”

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Meg McAfee
Meg McAfee, JAG reporter/writer
This is junior Meg McAfee’s second year on the yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of a writer. When not working for the yearbook, you can find her running cross country and track or participating in NHS, Educators Rising, and being a chair for Relay For Life. Outside of school she enjoys hanging out with her friends and teammates, eating ice cream, blasting Taylor Swift, watching sunsets, or watching her favorite TV shows on her couch. 
Thomas Helm
Thomas Helm, JAG photographer
This is junior Thomas Helm’s first year on the JAG yearbook staff and he will be taking on the position of photographer. When not working for the yearbook you can find him running cross country and track. Outside of school he enjoys playing golf, coaching baseball teams, playing video games, and listening to music.
Stella Harryman
Stella Harryman, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Stella Harryman’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff and she will be taking on the positions of writer and photographer. When not working on the yearbook you can find her participating in Relay for Life. Outside of school she is probably hanging out with friends, riding a buggy, going on runs with her dogs, and playing sports such as baseball, football, and volleyball with her siblings. 
Hudson Whalen
Hudson Whalen, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Hudson Whalen's first year on the JAG yearbook staff, he will be taking on the position of a photographer. When not working on the yearbook, you can find Hudson dirt biking or hanging out with friends.

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