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• Art Club, with John Patterson, adviser: Art club does open work, and is for students who are in art class or not. Art students can also attend to finish classwork. Meets at 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays in Room M1.
• DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), with John Potter, adviser: The Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough sale fundraiser ended Oct. 23. The club will continue to search for business sponsorships for national competitions. The DECA regional competition will take place on Dec. 10 in Coeur d’Alene. DECA national competition will be held April 27 to March 1 in Orlando, Florida.
• Engineering Club, with Terri Varnado, adviser: The Engineering Club is holding a fundraiser to pay for supplies and activities for the engineering class. They are selling seven varieties of cups and mugs for $10-$15. These cups and mugs have options for several Bengal-themed designs or custom designs. Anyone who is interested in placing an order can contact Varnado, [email protected]
• French Club, with Cynthia Yarno, adviser: Learn the culture of France, Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. in Room 203. Knowing French is not required.
•National Honors Society, with Jamie Bakker, adviser: Lewiston members of the National Honors Society (NHS) hosted a Red Cross blood drive Oct. 23 in Fenton Gym. Thirty-nine students signed up to donate blood, while at least 10 students were also event volunteers. NHS helps and provides opportunities for students driven to academically excel.
• Lewiston Youth Coalition, with Officer Rob Massey: Help LYC make a difference in the community by volunteering in the valley. Next meeting at 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7 in Room 208.
• Sign Language Club, with Bill Autrey, adviser: Learn the basics of American Sign Language, Wednesdays, 2:30-3 p.m. in Room 201. Halloween Party after school, Oct. 31.
• Yearbook, with Jennifer Stubbers, adviser: Senior photos are due Nov. 15. Students can upload them through snap.yearbookforever.com or through the QR codes posted around school. The access code is ‘Bengals’, and seniors should upload photos named as lastname-firstname.jpg. Students should include their name and email address with their entry. The price for yearbooks is $6, until Dec. 1 when increases to $70, and Feb. 1 when it goes up to $75.

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After-school clubs offer many opportunities