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"All [I] wanted to do was go into the trailer because of the candy," says 25-year-old Bend native Naime Conrad, who visited the Good News Club as a first-grader at Bear Creek Elementary.
Elk River responded by adopting a closed forum policy, which only allows district materials to be distributed to students.
Local chapter leaders estimate that they work with 400 to 450 students each month.
At Tumalo Community School, one of the 19 public schools in Central Oregon visited by the Good News Club, the Ponderosa Chapter has two of these 35-foot long white trailers, each complete with benches, white boards and Bible verses tacked to the walls.
I also have friends who are deeply religious and feel strongly about the clubs.
And, you know, to each his own." The Bend-La Pine School District has, however, set guidelines on what material can be advertised on the school grounds.
"It's really not for me to say (whether the presence of the Clubs is right or wrong) since it's a constitutional right," says Tumalo Community School Principal Michelle Herron. Even if elementary students don't fully understand the explanations, they have an incentive to come back.