Decades for Pets: Animal Rescue Club Hosts Trivia Night

Jacqueline Glenn, Staff Writer

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Although the decades to which it will pay homage might not seem that long ago to some, Animal Rescue Club’s trivia night has been in the works for a long time.

“We have started planning our trivia night since before October,” senior Annabell Ambuel, the club’s vice president, said. “Every club meeting that we have had since them we have worked on making posters and flyers, getting vendors, making the questions and a lot more.”

The club’s trivia night will be held on Friday, Dec. 7 in the EHS commons at a cost of $80 for an eight-person table and will benefit Partners for Pets, a local non-profit animal rescue organization with which the club is associated. Partners for Pets’ website states that it provides a home for animals that have medical needs, have been at a shelter for too long or are too “fragile” for regular shelter life.

“They always have had our backs. We do a lot of volunteer work for their organization and they are always willing to help our club,” Ambuel said. “They represent everything our club is about: taking care of and loving animals.”

Junior Jaidyn Webb, Animal Rescue Club’s members coordinator agreed.

“The staff are very nice and the animals are always their first priority,” Webb said. “They are the main organization that we donate and help out with.”

Senior Amanda Woll, the club’s president, said that its decades-themed night is intended to be entertaining for all generations.

“It has always been a dream of mine to host a decades-themed trivia night because I have always loved the older decades,” Woll said. “Ever since I became the president of Animal Rescue Club, I knew that I wanted our trivia night to be this theme.”

According to Ambuel, the night will be entertaining but it also will serve a greater purpose.

“We expect a great, fun trivia night that helps us support… a great cause that our club holds dear to our hearts,” Ambuel said. “I think it will be a lot of fun and worth all the extra days staying after school to help create this event.”

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