Kenya Club plans meeting Oct. 19, PumpkinFest booth Oct. 28

Mandeep Dhillon, Kenya Club president and junior, applies henna ink to another CHS student at the Kenya Club Homecoming booth. Dhillon said Kenya Club members will be selling beaded bracelets around CHS in the next few weeks to raise money for both Kenya Club and UNICEF Club.

Carson TerBush

October 19, 2017

According to Mandeep Dhillon, Kenya Club president and junior, Kenya Club members will sell beaded bracelets for $3 around CHS after fall break as well as at their booth at PumpkinFest on Oct. 28.  Kenya Club also plans to prepare for the PumpkinFest booth at its next meeting on Oct. 19. Dhillon said the profit from the bracele...

Greyhound connections makes new club changes this year

At the activities fair, Mandeep Dhillon, Kenya Club president and junior (left), and Rene Pin, Kenya Club member and junior (right), pass out Kenya Club flyers. Dhillon said one of her goals for Kenya Club this year is to gain new members and expand the club within CHS.

Carson TerBush

September 11, 2017

According to Mandeep Dhillon, Kenya Club president and junior, Kenya Club will have a meeting Sept. 7 to plan for its Homecoming booth and other upcoming fundraisers and events. Dhillon said she has high fundraising goals for this year and hopes to expand Kenya Club within CHS. “At (the next) meeting, we’re h...

Kenya Club to face paint at Punchburger Jan. 17, Kenya Carnival Feb. 25

Kenya Club members pick up note cards with pictures from Kenya. Jamie Goetz, Kenya Club president and senior, said club members sold these cards along with chocolate and bracelets to raise money for the education of orphans in Kenya.

Carson TerBush, News Reporter

January 13, 2017

Kenya Club will continue fundraising to provide education to Kenyan orphans by face painting and selling notecards and chocolate. According to Jamie Goetz, Kenya Club president and senior, Kenya Club members will face paint at Punchburger on Jan. 17 and face paint at their biggest annual event, the Kenya...

A look at some of Carmel’s clubs, from the most popular to the most obscure

FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC: Senior Andrew Riley hangs up pictures colored by the My Little Pony Club (MLPC). According to Riley, he formed MLPC after he started watching the show over the summer. JULIE XU / PHOTO


February 23, 2012

At a school of over 4,500 students, it seems easy to get lost in the shuffle. In fact, according to the 2011-2012 Carmel High School Activities Handbook, “The phrase ‘You can make a big school small, but you can’t make a small school big’ is heard frequently at Carmel and similar schools. Although...

Tie Dye Club to restart second semester


January 12, 2010

The Tie Dye Club has not met since its initial meeting on Oct. 14 but plans on restarting the club in the second semester. Alexis Ruggiero and Allixandra “Allie” Daniels, club presidents and sophomores, plan on having another call-out meeting, but they have not scheduled one yet. “We had...