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The jewelry making club is an after school program that takes place in the room next to subschool nine on Mondays. This is open for all middle school students, and it is a fun opportunity to learn a new skill. Students are able to make earrings, bracelets, and necklaces with all of the materials provided.

“Bring out your artistic side and learn how to make jewelry!” said instructor, Ms. Corbin.

Ms. Corbin teaches the classes, and sometimes invites previous students to teach the classes as well.

First, students learn the basics on jewelry making which includes beading, stringing, and weaving. After that, participants move on to the more advanced techniques.

Meeting Day:  Monday

Location:  Meet in SS8 Locker Bay

Sponsor Contact:  Ms. Corbin[email protected]

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