If you don’t have plans this Friday, return to the days of your youth and play capture the flag. At 5:30 p.m. on Wilson Commons lawn, the game begins.

Model U.N. is sponsoring the game, but there is a $3 entry fee to play. Teams of up to 20 are welcome to participate and halls are encouraged to enter.

The game will be played tournament-style until a winner is determined, with each consecutive round having a shorter time limit.

Individual players may enter and will be placed on a team if they have not chosen one. The winners will receive a prize. The club hopes to make the game an annual event.

“We chose Capture the Flag as our fundraiser because it uses so much strategy and endurance,” Vice-President of Model U.N. and junior Kate Adams said. “These are qualities held in high esteem in Model U.N. competitions.”

To sign up, go to Burton 014 or email Adams at ka006k@mail.

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