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Astronomy club starts “Season of Light”

Caden Mcmaster, Reporter

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On Dec. 7, the astronomy club held their annual season of lights event. Members of the Astronomy Club signed up to participate in the show to show their holiday spirit and dedication in the club. The first show was sold out which prompted a second show the following Friday.

 

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