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Brentwood saddles up for Dance for a Difference!

Dance for a Difference is tonight, March 8th, from 7 to 9 in the commons. Admission is free!

Dance for a Difference is a yearly dance hosted by the Student Council that doubles as a fundraiser for a charity voted on by the student body. As with all StuCo dances, Brentwood cafeteria staff provide snacks and refreshments, and themed decorations surround the Commons.

The theme for this year’s dance is Western! To match this theme, StuCo created a variety of cardboard cactuses and signs and tumbleweed-decorated inflatable beach balls! When asked what went into decorations, StuCo cabinet member Avery White said, “It was a lot of hard work from everyone in StuCo. But everyone was really excited for the Western theme so there was a lot of enthusiasm. As for what went into the balloons, all the air in my lungs.”

This year’s dance differs from past years; however, because attending is free. To raise funds, StuCo will host a raffle, with prizes of a $25 gift card and a reserved parking spot outside the school. Additionally, the Student Council sought student input for the charity, letting students vote between 3 worthy causes. This year, the dance is supporting the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund.

“This year’s Dance for a Difference is supporting the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund, an organization that the student body cares deeply about. We look forward to supporting this cause and having a wonderful time!” said student council president Amelia Spencer.

 

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William "The Cod" David Francis Schuering is a man of many names and titles. He is currently in his Senior year at BHS and participates in various sports and activities. Will has played varsity and junior varsity soccer since his first year and has participated in tennis and wrestling. He has participated in Brentwood Theatre, Robotics, Jazz & Pep Band, and has served as a Class Officer, NHS member, and StuCo Vice President. Will has passions for music, media, and, most importantly, days when the school serves chicken bowls for lunch. He hopes to add to the sense of fun at The Nest News with plenty of wacky shenanigans and hijinx.

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