CAEB discusses monster themed Club Day

American River College Clubs and Events Board President Justin Nicholson (center) discussing Club Day at an October meeting with Ashlee Nicholson (right) and Valencia Scott (left) in the Board room. (File Photo)

The American River College Associated Student Body Clubs and Events Board (CAEB) began planning for a monster themed Club Day at their meeting on Tuesday.

Other themes such as “Freak Show” and “House of Horrors” were not approved by CAEB because their main subject matter involved gore and human deformities.

“It’s [Monster Mash] usually related to gothic horror with dracula, werewolf man so gothic architecture is appropriate,” said CAEB Vice President Mary Stedman

The “Murder Mystery Dinner” was approved with no objections.

“It’s absolutely a comedy not a tragedy, it’s going to be very … like a slapstick comedy like clue for example,” said CAEB President Justin Nicholson

CAEB Advisor Juan Blanco did not want a character death scene for the murder mystery party.

“They fall in an awkward stance, like who falls like that?” Blanco said.

Nicholson had concerns that the event would not be able to get off the ground if only he, Stedman and Director of Activities Ashlee Nicholson were involved.

“I think contacting the theater club and improv club to proctor would help,” said Student Senate President Valencia Scott

Scott mentioned that having incentive points for that specific club should be considered.

“I can think I can make something passable story wise,” Nicholson said.

The Murder Mystery Dinner will not be set up until next semester.

However, the Film Festival was postponed for next CAEB meeting due to difficulties on who would take reign for the project.

“If Student Senate wants to they can,” said Nicholson

Nicholson said that if Senate could not take over the duties of the Film Festival then CAEB in an upcoming meeting would discuss the matter.

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