Ski Club provides friendly after school atmosphere

Helena Buttke, Reporter

Ski Club took their first trip to Nordic Mountain on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Traditionally being on Sundays, the group has now decided to meet on Tuesday nights to avoid the big crowd.

Ski Club allows students to hang out away from the classroom in a different environment and for participants to try something new.

I joined Ski Club in middle school because it sounded fun,” freshman Kaylyn Sonnentag said.The best part is being with your friends outside of school and going down the hills.”

Ski Club can be a club for anyone willing to experience and try new things.

“I joined in sixth grade and I thought that it would be fun. I’ve never done anything like that before and I wanted to have a new experience,” sophomore Ella Stadler said.

According to adviser Jared Marshall, the group will not be taking their annual day-long trip to Cascade Mountain due to COVID-19.

“It is fun being able to interact with students in a setting outside of the classroom and be able to experience a hobby of mine with students,” Marshall said. ”Ski Club is for students of all experience levels. We have students join ski club with zero experience. While it is too late to sign up for this year, consider joining ski club in the future!”