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Spirit Club holds first meeting

Spirit Club instructor Rick Keltner speaks at the first Spirit Club meeting.

Spirit Club instructor Rick Keltner speaks at the first Spirit Club meeting.

Allison Brooks

Allison Brooks

Spirit Club instructor Rick Keltner speaks at the first Spirit Club meeting.

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The first Spirit Club meeting took place on Tuesday, Aug. 28 in the lecture hall.

At the meeting Spirit Club instructor Rick Keltner discussed what games could be played at the pep assembly the following Thursday, what the theme would be for the first football game and how Spirit Club officers are going to be decided.

Spirit Club is in charge of organizing the games for pep assemblies, choosing the themes for home games, making signs for all sports and putting them around the school.

“We meet when needed but, basically for planning meetings for fall, winter, and spring sports pep assemblies,” Keltner said. “So once or twice per season as needed.”

To become a Spirit Club officer students just apply for the position and then Keltner chooses from there.

Keltner enjoys his position as Spirit Club instructor because he loves watching students being creative.

“I enjoy watching our students brainstorm ideas for ways to promote school spirit and enthusiasm at Hays High,” Keltner said. “I like watching our student body have fun and be the class of our league in terms of passion for our teams.”

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Allison Brooks is a sophomore and this is her second year in newspaper. She is involved in tennis, scholar’s bowl, and student council.

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