Here,There, and Everywhere

Laughing at a joke, Peyton Eber gets distracted from her work. Eber was working on design and theme ideas for her school’s yearbook. “I feel pretty confident in the work we have finished. I’m looking forward to showing our staff,” Eber said. Eber is the managing editor for her school’s yearbook.

It’s not everyday that you find a loving and supporting community, but for Peyton Eber this is exactly what she found in Show Choir crew. Spending countless hours with a group of people can make you grow extremely close, the Show Choir crew bonded over their love of the club.

An example of their unconditional love was when they supported an aching student.

It was the night before an important choir concert when a student’s mother sadly passed away due to an ongoing battle with cancer.

“Everyone wore ribbons at school for him because it was a really hard time for him. That is the sort of community that they built,” Eber said.

Although he was going through an agonizing tragedy, he still attended the concert. This is just one of the many moments that made the Show Choir crew Eber’s favorite club.

One of her favorite memories was when they went to a competition. After spending hours there, they decided to relax.

“We build nap forts. There was this time that we put our changing screens together so that they made a box and we all threw pillows and blankets in there. We all napped in there until we had to go on stage again,” Eber said.

Having to choose a club was hard for Eber considering she is in a whopping total of seventeen clubs and activities. Of the seventeen clubs, she has leadership positions in seven of the clubs. These include, historian of Tri-m Music Honor Society, event planner of Operation Honduras, secretary of Drama Club, historian of Young Democrats, assistant student director and stage manager of Play Crew, arts and academics editor as well as managing editor of Yearbook, lastly she is communications manager of Happiness Club.

With all of these responsibilities, it may seem impossible to imagine that Eber would still have time for a fun, but she finds a way.

After a grueling night of hard work, to make sure the play went along smoothly, she went out to celebrate. Although it was a Thursday, her mother allowed her to go with her friends to see a showing of the new Marvel movie, Infinity Wars. Her mother understood that with all of her hard work and dedication to clubs, her available time to spend with her friends was limited.