El Estoque

Leo Club hosts end-of-the-year banquet

Members reflects on their reasons for joining and plans for next year

Ria Kolli

On May 19, the soft hum of music is drowned out by the excited chatter of customers inside Cupertino’s BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse. Tucked in the corner of the side room, MVHS Leo Club students cluster around long tables, talking about upcoming finals between bites of pasta and pizza. Eventually, Projects Manager and sophomore Ted Chai stands up, causing a hush to fall across the room and making the soft music audible once more. Chai and his fellow officers then proceed to hand out official volunteer hours certificates to all of the members present at the banquet.

Scroll through the photos below to get a glimpse of the event, as well as learn about members’ motivation for joining Leo Club and plans for next year.


About the Writer
Ria Kolli, Staff Writer
Ria Kolli is a first-year staff writer for El Estoque. She is currently a sophomore.