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Sevastopol Multicultural Club opening world up to students

A Sevastopol High School club is helping students to open their minds to the world around them. Led by adviser Carrie Mulrain, the Multicultural Club at Sevastopol meets once a week and holds a student-led discussion to study a different country chosen by the students themselves. Different aspects of the chosen country’s culture are then examined, such as food, language, and entertainment options. The club also recently received a gift of $445 from the Jandu Petroleum Pride Pump in Sturgeon Bay, allowing the group some funds to further spend on their activities. Mulrain said the group is not sure about how the money is going to be spent yet, but did offer a few ideas.
 


The club started around 7-8 years ago under the direction of Bridget Bowers, the school’s current library media specialist. It had dissolved briefly before being revived two years ago after a surge of student interest.
 

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