By Jessica Wuebbolt
If you are looking for a great way to be involved at Seton High School and you are interested in photography, then the photo club is a great fit for you! Seton’s photo club is a great way to improve your photography skills while being surrounded by peers. The club has been around for four years and still going strong. The goal of the photo club is to enable students to freely express their photography skills with peers who share this common interest of artistic expression.
The photo club meets at 7 am once a month on Wednesdays in room 219. The club officers, Jessica Rieskamp, Katie Jacobs, Natalie Morrison, and Gabby Hirlinger, have many exciting things planned for this year, including group trips to the Festival of Lights, pumpkin patches, the butterfly show, and the zoo blooms event in the spring. Fundraisers this year include taking pictures of freshman and sophomore dances. Mrs. Vanover, the club moderator, says, “I am so excited about how well the students work together and how much fun the students have going out to take pictures together!” Also another way to show off your photography skills is by participating in the Patriotic theme photo contest due to Mrs. Vanover’s SharePoint by September 21. There are no rules for this contest except that it can be anything relating to patriotic.
If interested in joining the photography club, the next meeting is on Wednesday, September 18