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Spam musubi was one of the less common food offerings. Photograph by Dulli, reused under the Creative Commons Share-Alike 4.0 licence

Spam musubi was one of the less common food offerings. Photograph by Dulli, reused under the Creative Commons Share-Alike 4.0 licence

Spam musubi was one of the less common food offerings. Photograph by Dulli, reused under the Creative Commons Share-Alike 4.0 licence

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On March 30, Charter Oak High School had its annual Club Food Court day where all the clubs on campus had the chance to sell food in the quad during lunch. There was a wide variety of food and delicious smells all over.

Here is the list of clubs and what food they sold:

  • Anime Club sold taro boba tea
  • ASB sold pizza
  • Athletic Training sold Gatorade products
  • Choir sold horchata and baked goods
  • Culinary Club sold pulled pork
  • Cybersecurity Club sold deep fried oreos
  • Dance sold smoothies
  • Debate Club sold tacos and burritos
  • Drama Club sold root beer floats
  • Engineering Club sold cheeseburger combo
  • Journalism sold baked potatoes
  • Key Club sold spam musubi
  • Library Club sold cookies and brownies
  • Reach Club sold nachos
  • Senior class sold hot cheetos with cheese
  • UNICEF sold soda

Club Food Court day is a fun way for clubs to make money and for students to try new foods. The only downside to this event was the number of people in the quad. Since many students congregated in the quad to buy food, there was a big crowd, making it difficult to get through. Also, some of the lines were long, making the wait time for the food to drag on.

Overall, Club Food Court day was a success for both the clubs and the students. Charter Oak is patiently awaiting the next Club Food Court day to buy delicious food.

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