By: Jordan Levovitz (‘19)

On Tuesday, October 16th, the Breakfast Club, one of MTA’s most exciting new clubs, held their inaugural meeting.  The Breakfast Club is based on the idea that members will eat their breakfast while engaging in conversation with friends from all grades, getting advice from other students, studying for upcoming tests, or just relaxing.  To begin the meeting, a short speech was made by Co-President and Founder Ariel Retter (‘19), outlining various aspects of “The Club”, as students affectionately call it. He then introduced guest speaker, Rabbi Dov Emerson, who did not disappoint.  Rabbi Emerson’s inspiring speech highlighted how the Breakfast Club allows members to start the day off right, giving them the support they need to have a productive day. Following the speech, members excitedly began planning the practical aspects, including plans for a new Freshman branch of the club known as the Breakfast Cubs, an initiative which will provide Freshmen with experiences that will enable them to flourish in their high school years.  With the second highest number of members of any MTA club, the Breakfast Club is set to become one of our most celebrated new extra-curricular activities.

 

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