DASH determined to make a difference
By Sarah Gilmour and Annie Hurley
The new club on campus this year, DASH, is working with the student body to make a difference in their lifetime. Senior Bryce Dudzinski is the Public Relations Manager for DASH. He described his idea of the purpose of the club.
“There is a poem that describes an experience from the day he [the author] was born and the day he died, but all that mattered was the DASH in between,” Dudzinski said. “So, our club focuses on that DASH in our lives.”
The first project that DASH is working on is writing letters to the victims of the shooting in Aurora, Colorado. The shooting occurred on July 20 at a local movie theatre. The man responsible for the shooting was James Holmes.
Dudzinski had a friend in Aurora who attended the theatre on the night of the shooting.
“I personally have a friend that lives in Aurora and was in theatre 8, the theatre right next to the theatre where it all happened,” Dudzinski said. “He knew some of the victims and had connections with them.”
Senior Reyna Mosley is the President of DASH. She explained her plans about future letter writing projects.
“I think we’ll do something (about victims of tragedies) when things come up,” Mosley said.
Dudzinski encourages all students of Sunrise Mountain to join.
“Any student can join, any year, and the club is free,” Dudzinski said.
Brian Woolsey, a math teacher here on campus, is the advisor of DASH. He described his vision for the club.
“It’s a really cool club, and I think that a lot of people are going to get a lot of good out of it,” Woolsey said. “We just really have to get it rolling, get members going, and we really have a lot of great work to do.”