Aevidum creates positive community

Aevidum is a club that strives to create a community that makes students feel comfortable. There are no officers and most of the decisions or ideas  come from the students themselves.

It just assisted in the Ed Gerety presentation for the community.

The students involved in the club also met with students involved with a Aevidum in Hollidaysburg to have a student breakout session. They met to discuss the positive messaging and views Gerety talked about.

Both clubs plan to do activities that will carry out Gerety’s message such as leadership, having a positive attitude, and associating yourself with positive people.

Another collaboration with Hollidaysburg will be in the spring for a Color Run.

The club has assisted with making caramel apples at the Teen Shelter. It plans to work with the shelter in the future and create activities for teens.

“Please, look for the events that happen at the teen shelter. It is for anyone and any teen who is looking to participate. We are looking to do some more things at the Teen Shelter and maybe do a fundraiser,” adviser Drew Yingling said.

Aevidum will be hanging up positive message posters around the school.

Aevidum typically meets every-other Wednesday before and after school. Any student who wants to join is welcome to at any time of the year. To join contact Yingling or co-adviser Steven Westrick.

“We want to create a better and more positive environment. We need to take care of one another and respect one another. No matter who they are and where they come from. Like what Mr. Gerety said we don’t know where everyone is coming from and we all have stuff that we bring, we need to respect that,” Yingling said.

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