Go is a Chinese board game that tests your patience and ability to think ahead. It's played with white and black stones on a wooden board with cross-sections. The goal of the game is to capture your opponent's stones and end up with more territory. It may sound daunting, but it's really fun to learn and a great thing to do with your friends.
Coming to Go club is a great way to learn how to play the game and meet other students interested in this piece of ancient Asian culture. Go club meets every other Friday in room 219 from 2:45-4:00 with Mrs. Watanabe. We are always looking for new members, and no experience is needed to play the game. There are many of us who are willing to teach you how to play with a hands-on learning experience. All you need to do is show up!
The Go Club Officers: TBD for the 2012-2013 School Year: Clifford Ensminger, Alex Leal and Maddie Robles
Japanese Club is an exciting and fun opportunity to explore the world of Japanese culture. For a mere $5.00 entrance fee, club members will participate in various activities such as origami folding, calligraphy, watching Japanese films, DDR (and other video games), playing Japanese games, and cooking and eating Japanese food. Each week we will teach a different Kanji to the members of the club. We meet on Fridays and we will try to notify you through the announcements at least two days in advance. Snacks and beverages will be provided for all who attend.
Officers are: Sara Dean Anderson, Ariana Stotz, Melinda Roddy