Fright Club serves up scares

Club of the Month: Fright Club

Fright Club president, Anthony Ayala, shows off his scary shirt.

Haley Lomas, The Freelancer

Fright Club president, Anthony Ayala, shows off his scary shirt.

Haley Lomas and Emily Shintani

Even though it has been almost three months since Halloween, La Serna’s Fright Club has not and will not slow down.

The club does “anything Halloween-related” senior and Fright Club’s publicist Valerie Palacios said. She added the club also includes “how to be a monster in Knott’s, special effects makeup, [and watching] horror movies.”

Founding senior Anthony Ayala says he was inspired by Ween Dream’s, a New Orleans and Los Angeles-based charity, to create this club and “[aims] to raise awareness and provide support for … Ween Dream, which kindly distributes costumes to children of all ages who happen to be in need of a little help obtaining a costume for Halloween.”

All members of the club encourage others to come join them for Halloween fun.

“It’s entirely engaging. It’s not a club in which you will sit and walk away from a meeting without feeling like you’ve done something hands-on,” Palacios said.

The Fright Club meets Wednesdays during the 2nd half of lunch in N101.