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WSPN goes clubbing: Red Cross Club

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Join Staff Reporter Annika Martins as she interviews Red Cross Cub Leaders Manahil Faisal and Lilian Amer.

In the 13th edition of WSPN goes clubbing, WSPN’s Annika Martins interviews sophomore Red Cross Club Leaders Manahil Faisal and Lilian Amer.

What is the Red Cross Club?
“It’s a club for the Red Cross organization at Wayland,” Faisal said. “We talk about issues that people face healthwise, and we help address them.”

“Each year there’s a different campaign, and this year’s campaign is based on nuclear weapons,” Amer said.

How did this club begin?
“It began over the summer,” Amer said. “I was looking into some ideas because I wanted to start a club for sophomore year, but I was really interested in medicine. Then after I met Manahil, we were super interested in starting a club that helps our community.”

Why should someone join the club?
“They should join the club if they’re interested in helping around Wayland, helping on a global scale and getting informed on issues that they’re most likely going to face,” Faisal said.

What are meetings like and how often are they?
“[Meetings are] twice a week in room B204 and we talk about issues, present a slideshow and then we open up the space for discussions,” Faisal said.

What is one goal that you have for the club this year?
“To have fun and to educate as many people as possible,” Amer said.

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Annika Martins, Staff Reporter
Annika Martins, Class of 2024, is a first year reporter for WSPN. She plays basketball for Wayland’s girls Varsity team. Outside of school, she enjoys playing club basketball. Contact: [email protected]
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