Catalina club practices have started

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Grace Ostric

Senior offices Claire Macdonald, President Emerson Rosenberg, Kendall Hamm, and Ellyn Skodack. The theme for this year’s performance is day and night.

The Catalina club has officially started practices. Freshman and juniors practice on Tuesdays from 5:45 to 7 a.m. Sophomores and seniors practice Thursdays from 5:45 to 7 a.m. 

The start of the club has been delayed since November but senior leaders and advisor Betsy Ainsworth have worked alongside athletic officials and pool directors to get it started as soon as possible.

Participants will have to wear masks at all times, except when in the water. There will be no Saturday practices, and spring sports may interfere. 

As of now, there will only be two shows on Sunday, April 18. The times are still to be determined. The theme of this year’s show is day and night.

“There’s been a lot of uncertainty,” senior officer Claire MacDonald said. “We’ve had to be very go with the flow, but we’re so excited now.”