By Semira Sawyer
Last year not many people showed up. It was cold and there was a shortage of food. Student Body Government made sure that would be first and the last bonfire that ended up that way.
This year, more people attended the bonfire because the buzz on Twitter was it was going to be a big deal. It was 68 degrees, not to chilly but just right. Since Start knew this year was going to be different they provided a variety of snacks for you to munch on while socializing with your friends.
SBG had Hawaiian Punch, apple cider, donuts, and everybody’s favorite pizza. I interviewed Mercedes Warren to ask her thoughts of the night’s events. Mercedes said, “It is nice to be able to hang out with your friends in a safe place with free food.” She said that next year she will definitely be coming back.
The night ended with everyone doing their favorite dances and sharing memories that they will never forgot in their high school career.