New club offers chance to get into the game

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New club offers chance to get into the game

Senior Casey Wettach created the Tabletop Gaming Club as an alternative to the many athletic and academic clubs offered at Shores. (Kate Roossien)

Senior Casey Wettach created the Tabletop Gaming Club as an alternative to the many athletic and academic clubs offered at Shores. (Kate Roossien)

Senior Casey Wettach created the Tabletop Gaming Club as an alternative to the many athletic and academic clubs offered at Shores. (Kate Roossien)

Senior Casey Wettach created the Tabletop Gaming Club as an alternative to the many athletic and academic clubs offered at Shores. (Kate Roossien)

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Senior Casey Wettach decided to take matters into his own hands when creating the Tabletop Gaming Club.

“It never really seemed like there was anything going on here at Shores except sports and academic clubs so that limited what myself and others could do,” Wettach said. “That is what inspired me to create the Gaming Club.”

The Tabletop Gaming Club consists of playing board games and card games that aren’t as popular or widely known.

“I generally like to play games that people haven’t heard of before, and I like to stay away from the big board game companies, such as Parker Brothers,” Wettach said.

As the creator of the club, Wettach has important roles to fulfill.

“I run the club and make sure everyone knows when we meet (which is every Monday after school in room 409),” Wettach said. “I don’t control anything, but I do bring the games we will play.”

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