New Members Put the “Friend” in Friendship Bracelet Club

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New this year, the Friendship Bracelet Club was founded by seniors Cleo Shiomos and Kate Dorazio to create a place where students can come to relieve stress while connecting with old and new friends. 

The following questions were answered by Cleo Shiomos, Co-President of the Friendship Bracelet Club.

  1. What is the Friendship Bracelet Club’s mission statement?

The purpose of the Friendship Bracelet Club is to create unity within our school’s community through the crafting of bracelets. It will be a safe place for people to make new friends and to reconnect with old friends.

  1. Who are the Friendship Bracelet Club’s officers?

Cleo Shiomos and Kate Dorazio.

  1. What does the Friendship Bracelet Club do?

We provide the opportunity for people to come together to make bracelets and to hang out.

  1. What kind of students would like to be involved in the Friendship Bracelet Club?

Everyone is welcome to come and bring a friend.

  1. What are the Friendship Bracelet Club’s goals for this next year?

To provide a non-stress activity during a stressful time.

  1. Why do you think it’s important for students to get involved in the Friendship Bracelet Club?

It’s a great way to meet new friends and reconnect with old friends.

  1. Any other information that you feel is important to potential members.

All supplies are provided for free.

Grace Evans is a senior at Jamesville-DeWitt High School. Grace enjoys writing both professionally and personally. In addition to RamPage, she is involved in RamFeed and a few other clubs. Grace is also the Student Board of Education Representative at J-D.