By Sommer Fowler and Rosa Lin
Blogilates at Piedmont
Every Thursday after school Good Karma Club hosts a pilates session based on the popular YouTube series Blogilates. The routine is designed to suit all levels of capability and music is played during session to encourage participants.
Historical Society Hosts Movie Night
The last Friday of every month is celebrated by the Historical Society in Ms. James’s room with a movie. The movie serves as a reward to members after a month of learning history.
Interact Attends FLC
Interact kicked off their club activities by attending the annual Fall Leadership Conference on Oct. 11. The conference took place in Independence High School’s gym and garnered approximately four thousand attendees. A total of 13 areas attended the event, which lasted from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.
PHHS Students to Attend Light the Night
PHHS clubs are set to participate in the Light the Night event at discovery Meadow tomorrow night at 5pm. The mission of this walking event is to find cures and give access to treatment to all blood cancer patients.
PHHS Students to Donate Blood
The Red Cross Blood Drive will start Nov. 20 in the library from 9am to 2pm. Donors must be at least 16 years old and meet specific height and weight requirements. Certified nurses from Blood Centers of the Pacific will be drawing blood and donors will receive a free shirt and refreshments.
Art of MOBA Tournament
Art of Moba plans to hold a fall League of Legends titled “League of East Side” in November. The tournament will be double elimination, allotting the first place team 50% of the total entry fees collected, and the second place team 20% of the total entry fees collected. Additional prizes will be included if more than eight teams sign up for the tournament.
KFC’s Cooking Workshop
KFC (Korean Fan Club) members are instructed by officers how to cook Korean cuisine in room B-02 the second Friday of every month. The workshop designed to provide insight into Korean culture starts at 3:10pm and ingredients are provided to members.
Scary Story Contest
To welcome the spooky holiday, PHHS Creative Writing Club hosted its annual Scary Story contest, which closed on Thurs. Oct. 22. Winners will be revealed on next Wednesday, shortly after counting the public votes. Submissions ranged from short stories to fan fiction and contained both fiction and nonfiction works.