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National Honor Society

Renée Thiboutot '12
Entertainment Editor
November 10, 2010

On November 3 and November 5 the National Honor Society held two brief meetings.

Probation letters have been sent out and should have been returned by Friday, November 5, 2010. If you have any questions or concerns about your letter you may contact Ms. McGauran or Ms. Zagarella.

The induction ceremony for new members is scheduled for Wednesday, November 10. Senior members are still needed to volunteer at this event.

Parent teacher night is November 18. NHS has not been asked for volunteers yet; however if/when they are members will be needed from either 3:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. or from 6:00p.m. - 8:30 pm. This can count as one of the three school service projects that are required.

Fundraising was also discussed. If any member did not participate in the autumn mixer you are required to email treasurer Bryan Melo, at bryanmmelo@gmail.com, with fundraising ideas. You should include the idea, how it can be completed, and how much money it may bring to the club. All ideas should be original.

Lastly, the Durfee Theater Company is offering community service hours to any member of the NHS who can help at their Tuesday rehearsals. For more information or to sign up see Alisia Medeiros.

The next meetings will be held on Wednesday, November 17 and Friday, November 19.


Spanish Club Holding Canned Food Drive

Jeff Daddona '11
Sports Editor
November 5, 2010


Throughout this holiday season the Spanish Club is participating in a canned food drive. To donate any non-perishable food items, see Mrs. Lomba in room 469 or Mr. Melo in room 479. The donated food items will be distributed to local food kitchens. Senior Co-Presidents of the Spanish Club Carina Paz and Jordan Rego advise everyone to take part in the canned food drive and make a difference this holiday season by helping those in need.



Spanish Club

Jeff Daddona ‘11
Sports Editor

October 26, 2010


On Tuesday, October 19 the Durfee Spanish Club held its third meeting of the school year. The club has a few fundraising events planned. They will tag on Sunday, November 7, at various stores and they are selling items from the Ideal fundraising holiday catalogs. The Spanish Club has a field trip scheduled for November 17 to Boston to see a Spanish performance and have lunch in either Fanueil Hall or the Theatre District. The club is also planning a larger field trip for the Spring. They plan to travel to New York City for two nights. The money raised by each club member during their fundraising events will be held in his/her own account to lower the cost of the New York City trip.

“This year in Spanish club, we not only hope to expand the cultural knowledge for our members, but instill greater ethical values in them as well,” said senior co-president Jordan Rego.

The next Spanish Club meeting will be held in a couple of weeks.



Freedom Writers Club

Brenna Riley '12
Student Life Editor
October 26, 2010


The Freedom Writers Club held their monthly meetings for all members on Monday, October 18 as well as on Wednesday, October 20. The club’s fundraising committee is selling snacks beginning on Tuesday, October 26 and is looking at the possibility of holding another fundraiser at Mesa 21 or McGovern’s. The club is also put together a park clean up team for Saturday, October 23 and a team to attend the Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, November 6. The Freedom Writers are holding a meeting for the parents of all members hoping to attend the Europe trip on November 3, 2010.