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A close-up on clubs

Mary McGreevy, Staff Writer

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Students recently met for the second time this semester with the club of their choice. Mercy’s large variety of clubs allows every student to find her niche. This hour-long break in the middle of the school day gives girls a break from academics to focus on personal enrichment. Students participate in different activities at their clubs, such as making dog toys in Animal Rights Club, solving puzzles in Gritty Games Club, and making homemade trail mix in Healthy Habits Club. 

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