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  • Young Entrepreneur's club Young Entrepreneur's club will be having

    Young Entrepreneur's club will be having be having their meeting on September 27, after school in the library.
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  • SGA Car Wash The SGA car wash

    The SGA will be having their annual car wash on September 20.
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  • Community Service ClubCommunity Service Club will be

    Community Service Club will be meeting today after school in room 147.
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  • Science Olympiad The first meeting for

    The first meeting for Science Olympiad will be today after school in room 188. Speak to Dr. Casagrande for more information.
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  • Junior Music Club The first meeting for the

    The first meeting for the club will be soon. Please speak to Mr. Stanton for more information
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Written by {ga=admin} Wednesday, 17 September 2014 08:15

Young Entrepreneur's club Young Entrepreneur's club will be having

Young Entrepreneur's club will be having be having their meeting on September 27, after school in the library.
 

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Written by {ga=admin} Wednesday, 17 September 2014 08:11

SGA Car Wash The SGA car wash

The SGA will be having their annual car wash on September 20.
 

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Written by {ga=admin} Monday, 15 September 2014 08:30

Community Service ClubCommunity Service Club will be

Community Service Club will be meeting today after school in room 147.
 

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Written by {ga=admin} Monday, 15 September 2014 08:28

Science Olympiad The first meeting for

The first meeting for Science Olympiad will be today after school in room 188. Speak to Dr. Casagrande for more information.
   

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