Puzzles/Rubix Club?

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This might sound like a strange club to start, but it seems to be getting a lot of support. The meeting was unofficial, but about ten people went into Mr. Kilewer’s classroom during seventh grade lunch. Lately, Rubix Cubes have been gaining popularity in Harmony Middle School. Many teachers are now facing the problem of students playing with them in class. This club may solve the problem, because the students would have already spent a lot of time playing with their Rubix cubes so students may not play with them later. This club is unofficial though, because issues like lunch schedules and support from more students is needed to make it a full fledged club. Though Mr.Kilewer isn’t sure that he will be the sponser for the club, but he’s got the idea in mind. Many problems arise about the time they will meet and what days. Right now, the dates and times when they will meet will vary. It’s not set in stone and Mr.Kilewer only held this club once. But if you have any questions, you can go ask Mr.Kilewer in the pre-engineering room. This club would be a interesting and new addition to the many clubs we have now, and this one might one that stays for a while.

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Puzzles/Rubix Club?