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Mid-County Library Hosts Chess Club

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The Mid-County branch of the St. Louis Country libraries hosts a Chess Club every Tuesday. The club attracts players from a wide array of backgrounds, from middle-aged university professors to neighborhood children. There are no restrictions, people who wish to learn how to play chess are welcome to come in and learn from the pros.

Not many CHS students know of this grand opportunity to play chess or learn how to play chess. If interested, give the Mid-County library a visit from 4 to 5:30 every Tuesday.

Not only is the chess club a great way to get to know more people in the Clayton community, but players have the chance of improving their skills and challenging their minds.

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Phoebe Yao is currently a Junior at CHS and an editor for the CHS Globe. She is very involved both inside and outside the classroom, and enjoys being president of the CHS Buskers Club and Jane Austen Club and being a member of MYAC, CHS Link Crew, and Tri-M. In addition, she is very dedicated to her viola and enjoys being a part of the CHS Symphonic Orchestra and the Saint Louis Youth Orchestra as well as the Webster University Preparatory Program.
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