FHN Clubs Hold “Toy Story” Movie Night for Community


By Hunter Turpin

As summer comes to a close and cooler weather arrives, FHN hopes to close out the season with a community event. On Saturday, Sept. 22, the school will host their very first outdoor movie night.

The movie, “Toy Story,” will be shown on the band field at 7:00 p.m, but starting at 6:30 p.m. various clubs and activities will be vending to raise funds and to help gain attraction and interest from those not already involved. HOSA will be one club participating this evening, HOSA cabinet advisor Han Cam is excited to see how this event impacts the clubs.

“The movie night will help clubs and activities at North because all funds will be going towards the FHN community as a whole,” Cam said.

The movie night is open to everyone. The founder of the event, Sarah Zimmerman along with Dr. Steep, hopes that it will bring everybody together and create a good bonding experience between not only FHN students, but families and students of the district as a whole.

“I hope everybody will attend,” Zimmerman said. “Students, teachers and especially younger students who will be coming to North eventually. It’s a really good opportunity to not only see the school, but to start to attribute the school as a good place and something we should be proud of.”