Published: 2:37 pm November 4, 2022 | Updated: 2:37 pm November 4, 2022
After the 2-part local club fair of students with in-person classes, the FEUR Rodriguez Student Council conducted the Virtual Club Fair 2022 on the 24th of October to cater for the offshore Tamaraws.
Article by: Leoj Lacuna and Danielle Ronquillo
The Facebook live began in high spirits at approximately 1:20 p.m. (PST), with Club Coordinator Andrea Ballesteros and Assistant Club Coordinator Alliana Ysabelle Ibanez as the masters of the ceremony.
Before presenting the school’s different clubs and organisations, Mrs. Maria Teresa Angeles formally opened the event with inspiring words. Mrs Angeles mentioned that these clubs are a great avenue to harness one’s talents and inclinations.
The FEUR-RSC President, Benj Andrei Roxas, welcomed and introduced everyone to the Virtual Club Fair, acknowledging the commitment and effort of each member of the Student Council, especially the Club Coordinators who spearheaded the event.
Subsequent to that is the program’s highlight, where the clubs were presented individually. In total, 23 clubs to choose from can surely enrich the students’ school journey.
From clubs that can keep one physically active, like the Fitness Club and Volleyball Club, to clubs that unleash one’s creativity, such as the Media Arts Club and Arts Club, each club offers various activities inclined to the interests and hobbies of the FEURR Tams.
The live event ended on a high note, with FEUR-RSC Vice President Carl Angelo Cagatin giving the closing remarks. He hopes that the club will hone one’s skills and allow the students to experience the best for the school year and form bonds with co-members.
Students were enlightened and entertained by the different clubs presented. Despite being unable to physically attend the club fair and visit booths prepared by each club, they had fun and felt encouraged through the Virtual Club Fair.
“With the help of the VCF (Virtual Club Fair), I was enlightened about what clubs align with my interests even though it’s virtually. All in all, this school year’s VCF was entertaining and engaging for both students and faculty members,” Jira Danielle Go, the SHS Offshore Representative, said.
Moreover, the event served its purpose and successfully guided the students in choosing which club suited them best. “Club fair helped me to be firm to the club that piqued my interest. Club fair exhibited and promoted the clubs fairly, and it became one of the reasons to help us, offshore students, who didn’t physically visit club booths to choose the clubs that are perfectly aligned to our delights,” Chanel Bayot, a Grade 11 student, shared.