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PALs Valentine’s Day Game

Junior Maggie Coates is giving her Valentine's Day gift at the PALs Valentine's party.

Junior Maggie Coates is giving her Valentine's Day gift at the PALs Valentine's party.

Emily Strenski

Junior Maggie Coates is giving her Valentine's Day gift at the PALs Valentine's party.

Emily Strenski

Emily Strenski

Junior Maggie Coates is giving her Valentine's Day gift at the PALs Valentine's party.

Brooke Rice, Opinion's Editor

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The Peer Assistance and Leadership organization had a valentine secret admirer game within the PALs group that occurred from Jan. 21 to Feb. 14.

The PALs drew names and the beginning of the three-week period and once a week they gave the person they drew a gift.

The PALs also attended a party on Valentine’s Day. 

Included with the three week game of sweets and notes, PALs sponsor Rhonda Rowe said the secret admirer’s gift could be anything small and thoughtful, ranging from candy to snacks to health-care and beauty products, or stuffed animals.

“The secret admirer can leave anything from a positive note to a package of candy,” Ms. Rowe said.

The Valentine secret admirer gave a chance to do something nice for each other during the week because Christmas is hectic and expensive.”

— PAL sponsor Rhonda Rowe

The valentine game had some parts that stood out more than others for students like senior Ashtyn Moorehead.

“I enjoy the end when everyone saw who their secret admirer was,” Moorehead said. “The surprise of the person reacting to you is enjoyable as well.”

Junior J’Lee Cantrell said that the game is fun when it is played right.

“It was what I was expecting, and it is a lot of fun if it’s kept a secret,” Cantrell said.

Ms. Rowe said the Valentine’s Day events were an enjoyable thing to do after Christmas.

“The Valentine secret admirer gave a chance to do something nice for each other during the week because Christmas is hectic and expensive,” Ms. Rowe said. “This way, everyone gets a little something and isn’t left out.”

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