The Dawson County High School International Club went on a trip over the summer to Europe. The club, comprised of 10 students, and chaperoned by Club Sponsor and DCHS Spanish teacher Paola Epstein, visited several countries including Ireland, France and the United Kingdom.
One of the most impactful destinations was Normandy, France, the site of the historical D-Day landing in World War II.
“The trip was chosen by the people in the international club. They decided between all the places in the world to go. The reason they picked this route is because of Normandy. We could’ve picked anywhere,” Epstein said.